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Various: I Saw Three Ships

(Arranger: George Arthur)

  • for mixed choir a cappella
  • Composer: Various
  • Arranger: George Arthur
  • Table of contents:
    I Saw Three Ships arranged for mixed choir a cappella
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Diverse: I Saw Three Ships for mixed choir (SATB) a cappella | UE21717

  • Edition type: choral score
  • Languages: English
  • Format: 21.0 × 29.7 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-7409-6
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-08738-7
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Description

• A traditional and popular Christmas carol from England in the 17th Century
• A great new alternative to the traditional arrangements by Martin Shaw, Sir David Willcocks, John Rutter and Simon Preston
• Brilliant dancing choral arrangement in 7/8 with changing meters for unaccompanied SATB choir
• Rich varied choral textures which give each voice part a moment in the spotlight

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Contents

  • I Saw Three Ships arranged for mixed choir a cappella

Reviews

(...) Eine reizvolle Alternative zu bereits bekannten Arrangements! 
Musica sacra, Oktober 2017 (jw)

Mit «I Saw Three Ships» legt George Arthur seine eigene Bearbeitung des traditionellen englischen Weihnachtsliedes aus dem 17. Jahrhundert vor. Dieses rhythmische Arrangement im tänzerischen 7/8-Takt führt die Melodie durch alle Stimmen und lässt eine abwechslungsreiche
Musik entstehen. (…)
Fazit: Vier klanglich sehr ansprechende und abwechslungsreiche Werke mittleren Schwierigkeitsgrades, die eine Bereicherung zeitgenössischer geistlicher Chormusik darstellen.
Chorzeit, April 2017 (Andreas Frese)
(Anm.: Die drei anderen, in der Kritik angesprochenen Werke finden Sie hier: UE21714, UE21715, UE21716)

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