The First Noel
By Jarrod Radnich - Digital Sheet Music
Product InformationThe First Noel by Jarrod Radnich - Digital Sheet Music
The origin of The First Nöel is unknown but is generally thought to be English dating back to the sixteenth century. There is a misconception that the song was French because of the French spelling of Noel (which means Christmas) as opposed to the old English Anglo-Saxon spelling of the word as Nowell. After England was captured by the Normans numerous words were adopted from the Norman French language and Noel was one of them. Early printed versions of this carol use the Nowell spelling. The song with lyrics was first published in 1833 when it appeared in "Christmas Carols Ancient and Modern," a collection of seasonal carols gathered by William B. Sandys. In this arrangement, after the establishment of the melody the rhythmic texture is designed in such a way as to evoke the listener with a sense of falling snow.
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11/30/2015 12:21:49 PM
An excellent arrangement
This arrangement of Jarrod Radnich has a really great quality and has a full sound and rapid rythm. Its a carol that is sure to impress any audience at a Christmas recital. I cant wait to learn it.