26 songs around Christmas time for two clarinets in Bb in the low register
With complete lyrics and chords for guitar, keyboard or piano
For beginners from 3 months of lessons
Level of difficulty: very easy to easy
44 pages, paperback booklet
Clarinets Christmas Carols - A joy for beginners
Christmas is coming. Reason enough to rehearse Christmas carols on your own clarinet.
Michael Tischler's collection for one or two clarinets is based on the joy of making music.
Solemn and sweeping melodies in a low register of famous Christmas classics are no trouble for beginners.
The collection of 26 Christmas carols includes ten melodies with "empty" g' and lures advanced students with songs up to the "low" g. Here you will find groovy classics such as "Jingle Bells", "tomorrow kids will give it" and "Come ye shepherds". Especially as all songs can be played in the low register and thus without overblowing notes (B' and C'').
Then pieces for two clarinets are the right choice. The accompanying voice is rhythmically slightly offset and complements the first clarinet harmoniously. Or guitar and piano support you with accompanying chords.
In these 44 pages all clarinet beginners and their teachers will find the right Christmas piece. If you want to accompany singers, you'll love the enclosed song lyrics of the perfectly composed Christmas collection!
1. aba heidschid bum beidschi
2. let us be happy and cheerful
3. snowflakes, white skirts
4. the snow trickles softly
5. you little children come
6. tomorrow kids will give it
7. tomorrow Santa Claus comes
8. o fir tree
9. in the middle of the night
10. now sing and be glad (In dulci jubilo)
11. sweeter the bells never sound
12. ringing bell
13. a rose has sprung up
14. the lights are burning on the christmas tree
15. From heaven above I come here
16. Come ye shepherds
17. get the door up
18. O you merry O you blessed
19. every year
20. merry christmas everywhere
21. daughter of Zion
22. silent night holy night
23. Jingle Bells
24. the first noel
25. We wish you a merry Christmas
26. It's gonna be darker