GOOD KING WENCESLAS

A new setting of the traditional carol for SATB choir and piano or organ.

  • 2010
  • 3 minutes, 33 seconds

This is a completely new setting in A flat major of the well-known carol. The memorable, strident tune is used for each of the five verses, with different choral combinations of voices providing variety. The accompaniment was designed for piano, but this could be substituted by organ.

Also available for unison voices and piano or organ.

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Good King Wenceslas for SATB and piano or organ

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‘Good King Wenceslas’ is published by UMP:

PERFORMANCES

1.  20 December 2013 by Uppingham Choral Society, conducted by Peter Clements, at the Church of St Peter and St Paul in Uppingham, Rutland UK.

2.  15 December 2018 by Chater Community Choir, conducted by Tracy Steward with Roger Rowell (piano) at Oakham School Chapel, Rutland UK.

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