Brian Hanson's arrangement of this beloved carol is a thoughtful combination of tender unison lines, rich harmonies, and an exquisite accompaniment. Well-known for his sensitive treatment of hymn tunes, Brian uses suspended cadences throughout and brings the optimistic hope of Advent to the forefront. A gem for your choral library, equally appropriate for worship or concert settings.
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Welcome to The 12 Days of Christmas Songs : an attempt to uncover the forgotten history of some of the most memorable festive tunes. Between the first and second syllable of winter , the minor chord blossoms into major. I mean this seriously: What else is there to say? Here is the chill of winter transfigured into an ardent flame; here is theology as harmony. Most Christmas carols, and most of our popular music generally, exist for the rhythm or melody. There is almost no rhythmic variation: The four voices move together, syllable after syllable, in patient homophony. This is a hymn about beholding and listening. He gives us time to wander around, look at the decor, and settle into a sofa made of well-tuned vowels. Maybe their arrangements will dwell less in meditation and more in quickly oscillating rhythm. Yet the core will remain.
She might not realize how important it is to compromise. Thank you for your sacrifice. She is going to dump you. My husband gives the very best of himself to the hospital and the staff and patients every day. Good thing is you can have multiple wives in heaven if you become exalted. I can totally understand.