Christmas Carols New and Old (John Stainer)
Title: Christmas Carols New and Old
Publication date and place: 1880 London: Novello, Ewer & Co.
Description: Christmas Carols New and Old;
The Words edited by the Rev. Henry Ramsden Bramley, M.A., Fellow and Tutor of Saint Mary Magdalen College, Oxford.
The Music edited by Sir John Stainer, M.A., Mus.Doc., of the same College.
London, Novello & Co.
The first series, with a total of 20 carols, was originally published in November 1867, the second series of 22 in 1871. A third series - with 28 carols - was issued in 1878, expanding the collection to 70 carols.
Works at CPDL
|1||God rest you merry, gentlemen||1880||Traditional||Sacred||Carols||4||SATB|
|6||The first Nowell||1880||Traditional||Sacred||Carols||4||SATB|
|7||Jesu hail! O God most holy||1880||John Stainer||Sacred||Hymns||4||SATB|
|8||Good Christian men, rejoice||1880||Traditional||Sacred||Carols||4||SATB|
|12||The Seven Joys of Mary||1880||Traditional||Sacred||Carols||4||SATB|
|14||What Child is this?||1880||Traditional||Sacred||Carols||4||SATB, TTBB|
|19||When Christ was born of Mary free||1880||Arthur Henry Brown||Sacred||Anthems||4||SATB|
|23||The holly and the ivy||1880||Traditional||Sacred||Carols||4||SATB|
|30||See amid the winter's snow||1880||John Goss||Sacred||Carols||4||SATB|
|36||It was the very noon of night||1880||Joseph Barnby||Sacred||Carols||4||SATB|
|41||All this night bright angels sing||1880||Arthur Sullivan||Sacred||Carols||4||SATB|
|44||In the country nigh to Bethlehem||1880||Gertrude Hine||Secular||Carols||4||SATB|
|64||I saw three ships come sailing in||1880||Traditional||Sacred||Carols|