Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming — woodwind quintet
Woodwind Quintet - Intermediate
Composed by Traditional German Carol. Arranged by Todd Marchand. Christian, Sacred, Christmas. 8 pages. Published by Con Spirito Music (S0.180111).
Item Number: S0.180111
“Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming” (“Es ist ein Ros entsprungen”) is a Christmas carol of German origin. The text is thought to have been written by an anonymous author, and the piece first appeared in print in the late 16th century. The tune most familiar today appears in the Speyer Hymnal (printed in Cologne in 1599), and the familiar harmonization was written by German composer Michael Praetorius in 1609. The English translation "Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming" was written by Theodore Baker in 1894.
This intermediate-level arrangement features fresh harmonies harmonies and a flute descant in the second verse. Suitable for high school to professional ensembles for use in concert, recital, and worship.
©Copyright 2015 Todd Marchand / ConSpiritoMusic.com
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