Description: Traditional Christmas short version with Celeste and sleighbells

Description: This traditional English Christmas song stems from the music of 16th century folk songs. The original Lyrics, Greensleeves were discarded and replaced with parts of William Chatterton Dix The Manger Throne after 1865, becoming What Child is This?. I endeavored to create a serious arrangement that hopefully expresses the beauty and mystery of Dixs text. This arrangement, perhaps, approaches a film score for an epic, biblical hollywood movie, while still remaining faithful to the original melody.

Description: This traditional but dark, Christmas song stems from the 16th century passion plays of Coventry, England. The music is fortunately somewhat less horrific than the lyrics. Starts simply but grows increasingly dramatic and sophisticated is this new medieval arrangement. The medieval style fits non-holiday situations as well. Coventry Carol could be used as incidental, background or source music in such films as The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones. This arrangement is the brass quintet version, companion to several other tracks, also by C.S. Elliott.

Description: This traditional but dark, Christmas song stems from the 16th century passion plays of Coventry, England. The music is fortunately somewhat less horrific than the lyrics. Starts simply but grows increasingly dramatic and sophisticated is this new medieval arrangement. The medieval style fits non-holiday situations as well. Coventry Carol could be used as incidental, background or source music in such films as The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones. This arrangement is the full orchestration to the fewer instrumentation companions, also by C.S. Elliott.

Description: This traditional but dark, Christmas song stems from the 16th century passion plays of Coventry, England. The music is fortunately somewhat less horrific than the lyrics. Starts simply but grows increasingly dramatic and sophisticated is this new medieval arrangement. The medieval style fits non-holiday situations as well. Coventry Carol could be used as incidental, background or source music in such films as The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones. This arrangement is one orchestration to the fuller instrumentation companions, also by C.S. Elliott.

Description: This traditional but dark, Christmas song stems from the 16th century passion plays of Coventry, England. The music is fortunately somewhat less horrific than the lyrics. Starts simply but grows increasingly dramatic and sophisticated is this new medieval arrangement. The medieval style fits non-holiday situations as well. Coventry Carol could be used as incidental, background or source music in such films as The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones. This arrangement is the simpler orchestration to the fuller instrumentation companions, also by C.S. Elliott.

Description: The CSE Orchestra performs an original and new classic version of this beloved and fun Christmas song

Description: Done in a Music Box style, with the sweet small bells, glockenspiel sound, this traditional 16th century Welsh melody stems originally from a New Year's song, with Welsh lyrics. It has become a traditional, making merry, fun, celebrating CHRISTMAS song.

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