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London: Oxford University Press, n.d.(ca.1954).
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||Vaughan Williams, Ralph
- I. Prologue
- II. Narration
- III. Song
- IV. Narration
- V. Choral
- VI. Narration
- VII. Song
- VIII. Narration
- IX. Pastoral
- X. Narration
- XI. Lullaby
- XII. Hymn
- XIII. Narration
- XIV. The March of the Three Kings
- XV. Choral
- XVI. Epilogue
|Year/Date of Composition
||1954-09-08 in Worcester, Worcester Cathedral
- Three Choirs Festival. Soli, chorus, orchestra conducted by the composer
|Additional Copyright Info
||Although purely instrumental selections and arrangements are permitted for this piece, items containing any text by the author listed below cannot be added until January 1, 2058.
- I. Traditional (Latin)
- II. Bible (Matthew I:18-21, 23 and Luke I:32)
- III. John Milton (1608-1674)
- IV. Bible (Luke II:1-7)
- V. Martin Luther (1483-1546), English translation by Miles Coverdale (ca.1488-1569)
- VI. Bible (Luke II:8-17), Book of Common Prayer
- VII. Thomas Hardy (1840-1928)
- VIII. Bible (Luke II:20)
- IX. George Herbert (1593-1633)
- X. Bible (Luke II:19)
- XI. Anonymous
- XII. William Drummond (1585-1649)
- XIII. Bible (Matthew II:1-11)
- XIV. Ursula Vaughan Williams (1911-2007)*
- XV. Anonymous (1st verse); Ursula Vaughan Williams (1911-2007)* (2nd verse)
- XVI. Bible (John I:1, 4, 14; Matthew I:23), John Milton (1608-1674)
- *The texts in XIV and XV are under copyright worldwide and cannot be uploaded here.
||Early 20th century
||Soprano, Tenor, and Baritone soli, Chorus, Boys' Choir, Organ and Orchestra.
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