An Appalachian Carol

“An Appalachian Carol” is a lovely American folk melody is believed to have originated in 19th century in the east-central United States region of Appalachia.

Its lullaby-like qualities make this simple tune a fitting representation of the lowly circumstances of the Christ-child’s birth in a stable, wrapped in swaddling cloths and laid in a manger.

With flowing lines and a mix of traditional and contemporary harmonies, “An Appalachian Carol” is an ideal prelude or offertory to worship, and an ideal addition to any program of holiday music.

Score, parts (Bb tpt. 1, Bb tpt. 2, F horn, tbn, tuba) — $12.99

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