Coventry Carol, The

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The beloved "Coventry Carol" has its roots in 16th-century England and is named for the city in which the famous Pageant Of the Shearman and Tailors tells the story of Herod's massacre of the innocents. It has been adapted and arranged centuries later by Randolph Currie for any combination of mixed voices and features optional oboe or C instrument. 

 

 

 

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The Coventry Carol
Randolph Currie
0:01 - 5:00
0001-choral-the-coventry-carol.pdf
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