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Carol: Kings and Shepherds

Carol: Kings and Shepherds

text from "Christmas Poem" by George Mackay Brown


  • Instrumentation: mixed choir (SATB)
  • Edition: choral score
  • Language: English
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As Master of the Queens Music, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies has written a new carol for Her Majesty the Queen each Christmas since his appointment began in 2004.  Kings and Shepherds is the fourth and like An Heavenly Song, Wonder Tidings and The Yule-tide Bell, will be published as part of the Schott Royal Collection.

Written for the 2008 Christmas service and performed in the Ballroom of Buckingham Palace, Kings and Shepherds is a short traditional setting of Christmas Poem by George Mackey Brown, a poet who lived near to Maxwell Davies on the Orkney Islands.  A wonderful addition to the carol repertoire and ideal for amateur choirs looking to programme new pieces.

Details
Difficulty: intermediate to advanced
Performance duration: 3'0"
Publisher: Schott Music Ltd., London (015)
Series: The Royal Collection
Year of composition: 2008
page number: 8

As Master of the Queens Music, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies has written a new carol for Her Majesty the Queen each Christmas since his appointment began in 2004.  Kings and Shepherds is the fourth and like An Heavenly Song, Wonder Tidings and The Yule-tide Bell, will be published as part of the Schott Royal Collection.

Written for the 2008 Christmas service and performed in the Ballroom of Buckingham Palace, Kings and Shepherds is a short traditional setting of Christmas Poem by George Mackey Brown, a poet who lived near to Maxwell Davies on the Orkney Islands.  A wonderful addition to the carol repertoire and ideal for amateur choirs looking to programme new pieces.

Difficulty: intermediate to advanced
Performance duration: 3'0"
Publisher: Schott Music Ltd., London (015)
Series: The Royal Collection
Year of composition: 2008
page number: 8