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Not So Silent Night
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Title: Not So Silent Night


Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Carl Fischer, Llc
Arranger: O'Loughlin, Sean
Catalog #: BPS48
Grade: 1
Series: Beginning Band Price: $40.00

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** Stanton’s Staff Selection – 2007 **Key: Bb - Meter: 4/4Rhythms: quarter note & quarter rest patterns, 8th & 16th note patterns in snare drumTeaching Concepts: familiar melody with different rhythms, counting notes & rests
Plenty of percussion and interesting harmonies characterize this celebratory arrangement of Silent Night that is perfect for your first year students. Using the first six notes that students learn, the joyous opening gives way to the traditional Silent Night melody written in 4/4 time. A statement of God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen in the low brass and woodwinds adds further interest punctuated by harmonic quarter note/quarter rest figures in the upper winds. Timpani and chimes provide sonic color as the piece reaches a symphonic style ending.
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