The Oxford Book of Flexible Carols

The Oxford Book of Flexible Carols, edited Alan Bullard
Voices in 2, 3 and 4 parts and piano/organ
In the same format as the Oxford Book of Flexible Anthems this wide ranging anthology presents 56 carols new and old, all in new arrangements, suitable for choirs of any size or shape.
The collection contains the following original carols by Alan Bullard (click on the link for more details):
Come and Worship
His Praises We’ll Sing
Natus est Immanuel
Sweet was the Song
Wisselton, Wasselton
There are also a number of arrangements by Alan Bullard, including Gaudete, Good Christians all Rejoice,  Silent Night, Song of the Wise Men, and There is no Rose.
I reviewed The Oxford Book of Flexible Anthems a number of months ago and welcomed it with open arms. The carol book is equally welcome, and a must-buy for choirs who don’t know the size of their forces from one week to the next, or the sort of choir that only gets men for Christmas, as it were . . . What you get here is a generous selection of well-known favourites in easy (and of course flexible) arrangements . . . and a fine sprinkling of new pieces, most of which are highly original and interesting. By no means is this book just for small amateur choirs: there is much for all in its 279 pages. – Music Teacher, October 2009
It clearly embraces a wide range of choral abilities and voice permutations and will doubtless appeal to choirs and choir trainers of many stripes. – Choir & Organ, September 2009
Awarded the MIA Best Classical Publication 2010
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