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Jazz Songs of Innocence
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Such passion! Such heart! And, some pretty impressively intuitive conducting (di...
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Title: Wassail Song
Voicing/Format: Handbells 3-5 Octaves
Arranger: Anderson, Leroy
Catalog #: 2404
Series: Suite Of Carols
Martha Lynn Thompson's 3-6 octave transcription of the last movement of Leroy Anderson's "Suite of Carols for String Orchestra" features a brisk tempo (triple meter with the feeling of one beat per measure). The familiar Yorkshire Carol appears throughout as an unadorned melody in both treble and bass ranges, above a malleted bass accompaniment, beneath an embellished melody, and with melodic phrases playing off one another in the various bell ranges. After a grand pause in measure 123, the setting races to an exciting climax.
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