In Dulci Jubilo (Neale, John Mason)

This page is marked for cleanup because this is in fact not an arrangement by Neale, who is responsible only for the text here (Good Christian Men Rejoice) and is not known to have dabbled in music arranging. The arrangement on this page seems to be after that of Thomas Helmore, who arranged all the music in his joint publication with Neale, 'Carols for Christmas-Tide' (1853) where Neale's text for this carol first appeared. The arrangement uploaded here is clearly not exactly as it appeared originally in that publication, with Helmore's mis-transcribed interpolated repeated note for Neale's words "News! news!" and "joy! joy!". As a glance at the Wikipedia article (linked below) makes clear. Suggest move to another page, leaving Neale properly as a librettist/translator only..


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For Mixed Chorus and Orchestra (Hudson)

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Arranger Robert A. Hudson
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Work Title In Dulci Jubilo
Alternative. Title Good Christian Friends, Rejoice!
Composer Neale, John Mason
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Key F major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1 carol
First Publication. 1853 in Carols for Christmas-Tide (this arrangement, text)
1582 in Piae Cantiones (No.15) - melody
Librettist John Mason Neale
Language English (originally Latin/German)
Average DurationAvg. Duration 2-3 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices
External Links Wikipedia article