Christmas Carols for Flute and Guitar (fl,gtr,audio access)
flute (print from downloadable PDF), guitar, audio access
Mel Bay Publications
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Christmas Carols for Flute and Guitar (With internet audio access)
Arranged by: Gendron
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications

Flute Parts Edited by Susan Thomas.

This volume contains some of the most popular traditional carols, arranged for flute and guitar. Most of these duet arrangements allow as much dialogue and interplay between the two instruments as possible, while maintaining each carol's character and spirit. While the flute often carries the melody, the guitar has frequent solo passages of its own to help break the "melody with chords" monotony found in many arrangements of this kind. Modulations, imitative counterpoint and quotations from works by well-known composers will, hopefully, make these little pieces enjoyable for performers as well as listeners. For intermediate level flutists and guitarists. Standard notation only. Includes access to online audio and downloadable PDF of the flute part.

All Through the Night: traditional Welsh
Angels We Have Heard on High: traditional French/English
Away In a Manger: Martin Luther
Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella: traditional French
Carol of the Bells: traditional Ukrainian
The Coventry Carol: traditional English
Deck the Halls: traditional Welsh
Ding, Dong, Merrily on High: traditional English
The First Noel/traditional French: English
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen: traditional English
Good Christian Men, Rejoice: traditional German
Hark! The Heral Angels Sing: Felix Mendelssohn
The Holly and the Ivy: traditional English
I Saw Three Ships: traditional English
Il Est Né, Le Divin Enfant: traditional French
In the Bleak Midwinter:  traditional English
Jolly Old St. Nicholas: Anonymous
Joy to the World: G.F. Handel
Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming: M. Praetorious
O Come, All Ye Faithful: J.F. Wade
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel: Gregorian
O Holy Night: A. Adam
Silent Night: Franz Gruber
We Three Kings: J.H. Hopkins
We Wish You a Merry Christmas: traditional English
What Child Is This?: traditional English