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  1. Brak
    Home - It Came Upon a Midnight Clear sheet music - Christmas Band Music. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear sheet music for band instruments. This play-along band arrangement of It Came Upon a Midnight Clear is in the key of concert E flat. Select a link below for . Reply
  2. Mogal
    The Direct Source collection Christmas Magic presents a chorus of male and female voices singing ten of the most familiar holiday standards. Though the voices blend well and the performances are deeply felt, the sugary arrangements and use of a drum machine weighs this set down.4/ Reply
  3. Faekus
    This sparkling setting of three traditional carols makes a marvelous opener for all types of Christmas concerts. Easily-learned and easy to sing, your singers and audiences will be delighted! Includes: Angels We Have Heard on High, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, It Came Upon the Midnight Clear. Reply
  4. Zushura
    Nov 27,  · It Came Upon a Midnight Clear was a Christmas poem written by Edmund Sears. This is a Christmas Carol that doesn’t focus on the holy family, but the song of the angels. Luke says the angels said “Peace on the Earth, good will to men.” Edmund Hamilton Sears was born in He earned a degree from Harvard Divinity [ ]. Reply
  5. Vulmaran
    It Came Upon A Midnight Clear 9. Deck The Halls O Christmas Tree Silent Night O Little Town Of Bethlehem. Reply
  6. Milkree
    He wrote It Came Upon the Midnight Clear while serving as a part-time preacher in Wayland. Writing during a period of personal melancholy, and with news of revolution in Europe and the United States' war with Mexico fresh in his mind, Sears portrayed the world as dark, full of "sin and strife", and not hearing the Christmas message. Reply
  7. JoJoshakar
    The Ultimate Christmas tracklist is: ‘White Christmas’ ‘The Christmas Waltz’ ‘It Came Upon A Midnight Clear’ ‘Jingle Bells’ ‘The First Noël’ ‘Mistletoe And Holly’. Reply
  8. JoJoll
    Alexander L'Estrange: A Christmas Special. A collection of four joyful songs exploring the 'lighter' side of the Christmas. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas was made famous by the film Meet Me in St. Louis, where it was sung by Judy Garland and this is complemented with O Christmas Tree, one of the most popular German traditional carols, and the original Another Christmas composed. Reply

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