O Come, All Ye Faithful
By Jarrod Radnich - Digital Sheet Music
Product InformationO Come, All Ye Faithful by Jarrod Radnich - Digital Sheet Music
Originally not a Christmas carol at all, the original music was composed by Englishman John Francis Wade in the mid 18th century as a birth ode to Bonnie Prince Charles, the grandson of the last monarch to rule England. It contains a secret political code linked to the Jacobite rebellion and meant to synchronize and activate the followers into action. This arrangement presents the listener with myriad thematic variations meant to take the listener on a climactic journey.
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4/6/2016 12:07:20 PM
I first sang this beautiful carol in my faculty choir, and later, when I heard Jarrods version, I was amazed by how incredibly this (already great) song can sound. I am very glad I own this sheet music and I recommend everybody with skills to buy it!
3/11/2017 9:06:18 AM
INCREDIBLY EPIC ARRANGEMENT
The carols melody is sequenzed and creatively repeated in different variations and tonalities over 7 pages. This is definately one of the more difficult pieces, even for the virtuosic ones. Not only very fast runs, but the main melody changes in both hands too. In Addition, some passages include a 9:8, 9:6 and 7:4 etc. note relationship. Beside that all: you have to bring out the melody! It can easily get lost in the texture! It will take some time and energy to get it at a high quality level and it sounds SO EPIC MAN!!!