Christmas Carols New and Old (Stainer, John)

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The Coventry Carol (No.61)

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Editor John Stainer (1840-1901), music editor
Henry Ramsden Bramley (1833-1917), text editor
Publisher. Info. London: Novello, Ewer & Co., n.d.[1880].
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Arranger John Stainer (1840-1901)
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Misc. Notes Twenty-four Christmas Carols arranged for men's voices, selected from "Carols New and Old" (marked with asterisk in page contents below)
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Work Title Christmas Carols New and Old
Alternative. Title
Composer Stainer, John
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 70 carols (in 3 series).
(carols marked with an asterisk are included in Stainer's arrangement for male chorus):
  1. God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen *
  2. Steggall: The Manger Throne (Like silver lamps in a distant shrine) *
  3. A Virgin Unspotted *
  4. Elvey: Come, Ye Lofty, come ye lowly *
  5. Ouseley: Come, Tune Your Heart
  6. The First Nowell *
  7. Stainer: Jesu, Hail! O God most holy *
  8. Good Christian Men, Rejoice (In dulci jubilo) *
  9. Dykes: Sleep, Holy Babe *
  10. Good King Wenceslas *
  11. Barnby: When I View the Mother Holding
  12. The Seven Joys of Mary (The first good joy that Mary had) *
  13. Dykes: On the Birthday of the Lord
  14. What Child is This? (Greensleeves) *
  15. Tiddeman: Glorious, Beauteous, Golden-bright
  16. Hamerton: Waken! Christian Children
  17. A Child this Day is Born
  18. Ouseley: Carol for Christmas Eve (Listen, Lordings, unto me) *
  19. Brown: When Christ was Born of Mary Free *
  20. Barnby: 'Twas in the Winter Cold (Christmas Morning Hymn) *
  21. A Carol for Christmas Eve (The Lord at first had Adam made) *
  22. Smart: Jesus in the Manger (Why, most highest, art thou lying)
  23. The Holly and the Ivy *
  24. The Wait's Song (The Moon shines bright) *
  25. Steggall: The Virgin and Child (On yester night I saw a sight) *
  26. The Incarnation (The great God of heaven) *
  27. Stainer: Christmas Day (Wake all music's magic powers)
  28. The Cherry Tree Carol (Joseph was an old man) *
  29. God's Dear Son
  30. Goss: Hymn for Christmas Day (See amid the winter's snow)
  31. The Babe of Bethlehem (The babe in Bethlem's manger laid)
  32. Ouseley: In Bethlehem, that Noble Place
  33. Barnby: A Cradle-Song of the Blessed Virgin (The Virgin stills the crying) *
  34. Dykes: Christmas Song (Once again, O blessed time)
  35. Jacob's Ladder (As Jacob with travel was weary one day) *
  36. Barnby: The Story of the Shepherd (It was the very noon of night)
  37. The Wassail Song (Here we come a-wassailing) *
  38. Dykes: In terra pax (Infant of days, yet Lord of Life)
  39. Dives and Lazarus (As it fell out upon a day) *
  40. Dykes: From far away we come to you
  41. Sullivan: Carol for Christmas Day (All this night bright angels sing)
  42. Stainer: The Child Jesus in the Garden (Cold was the day when in a garden bare)
  43. What Soul-Inspiring Music
  44. Hine: In the Country nigh to Bethlehem
  45. Hopkins: We Three Kings of Orient Are
  46. Gadsby: Emmanuel, God with Us (Joy fills our inmost heart today)
  47. Steggall: New Prince, New Pomp (Behold a simple tender babe)
  48. A Babe is Born all of a maid
  49. Come Let Us all Sweet Carols Sing
  50. Calkin: Let Music Break on This Blest Morn
  51. Brown: Carol for New Year's Day (The old year now away is fled)
  52. The Angel Gabriel from God was sent to Galilee
  53. Brown: The Shepherds Amazed
  54. Noel! Noel! ('Tis the day, the blessed day)
  55. I Sing the Birth was Born Tonight
  56. Brown: Christmas Night (On Christmas night true Christians sing)
  57. Prout: The Christmas Celebration (Now to God on high be glory)
  58. Brown: Arise, and Hail the Sacred Day
  59. The Holy Well (As it fell out one May morning)
  60. Thorne: The Angel and the Shepherds (Now rise up, ye shepherds)
  61. The Coventry Carol (Lullay, thou little tiny child)
  62. Bridge: The Morning Star (See! the morning star is dwelling)
  63. Barnett: The Shepherds Went Their Hasty Way
  64. I Saw Three Ships
  65. Cummings: Mountains, Your Heads Bow Majestic
  66. Higgs: Luther's Carol (From highest heav'n I come to tell)
  67. Monk: The Boy's Dream (Last night as I was laid and slept)
  68. Bridge: Legends of the Infancy (Come forth, ye wond'ring children all)
  69. The Black Decree (Let Christians all with one accord rejoice)
  70. For Christmas Day (Immortal babe, who this dear day)
First Publication. 1871
Librettist includes
Traditional, ed. Bramley
2, 14, 46. William Chatterton Dix
4. Archer Gurney
5. translated Frances Elizabeth Cox
7, 11, 22, 27, 43, 49. translated Bramley
8, 10. John Mason Neale
9, 30. E. Caswell
15. Anna M. E. Nichols
16. S. C. Hamerton
17. Arthur Gurney
18, 26, 60. Henry Ramsden Bramley
20. C. J. Black
34. William Bright
36. translated by Archdeacon Churton, after Gongora
38. Mrs Alderson
40. William Morris
41. William Austin
42. John Stainer
44. Kate Bartlett
45. John Henry Hopkins
47. Robert Southwell
50. Grace Dickinson
53, 56, 58. A Good Christmas Box (Dudley, 1847)
55. Ben Jonson
60. Bishop Joseph Hall
63. Samuel Taylor Coleridge
65. Stoke-upon-Tern Hymn-Book
66. translated Bramley, after Martin Luther
68. E. L. Hervey
Language English, some Latin refrains
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices, piano (or organ) - or chorus a capella
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