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O Holy Night by Adolphe Charles Adams.For Flexible Brass QuartetThis famous christmas carol would be suitable for a church service or a festive concert.For Flexible 4 Part Ensemble and can be performed with any combination of brass and/or woodwind.Score in C and parts included:Part 1 in C: Flute/Oboe (Quite high for Oboe)Part 1 in Bb: Trumpet/ClarinetPart 1 in Eb: Alto SaxophonePart 2 in C: Flute/Oboe Part 2 in Bb: Trumpet/ClarinetPart 2 in Eb: Alto SaxophonePart 3 in F: French HornPart 3 in Eb: Tenor Horn/Alto Clarinet/Alto SaxophonePart 3 in C: Trombone/Euphonium (Quite High for Trombone/Euphonium)Part 3 in Bb: Trombone/Euphonium/Tenor Saxophone (Quite High for Trombone/Euphonium)Part 3 in Bb: ClarinetPart 4 in C: Trombone/Euphonium/Tuba/BassoonPart 4 in Bb: Trombone/Euphonium/Bass ClarinetPart 4 in Eb: Bass in Eb/Baritone Saxophone

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O Holy Night for Flexible 4 Part Ensemble


Flex band




Tim Curd



Includes score


Includes parts





Tim Curd

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O Holy Night for Flexible 4 Part Ensemble

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Flex band

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