Keesecker: The first nowell
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Set in free metre, this early seventeenth-century English carol has a regal sound that builds to a triumphant end. For SATB voices and optional timbrel, this piece develops in intensity throughout using a variety of harmonic textures that add interest and a distinctive quality. The memorable refrain heralds the wondrous announcement of ChristÃ”Ã‡Ã–s birth. This work can be used throughout Christmastide.
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