Cantique de Noel, also known as O Holy Night by Adolphe Adam
arranged by Neal Corwell

Instrumentation: solo or duo with piano accompaniment
The top part of duo version is designed for flute, oboe, or violin, and the bottom duo part is for euphonium, trombone, bassoon or cello. The solo may be performed by many instruments to include euphonium, trombone, and more. BOTH versions are included in the purchase price.
Copyright: 2016-2017
Duration: Total Time: 2:30
individual movements: 3:00 for
Pastorale / 1:35 for Vivace / 1:55 for Largo / 2:25 for Allegro
Range: G to b-flat-1
Difficulty: II-III
: Nicolai Music
Price: $15 (price includes solo part, duo part, and piano accompaniments for BOTH versions)
Other Info: Soloist premiered solo version, with his wife Kathryn as accompanist, on Christmas eve, 2016, at St. Marks in Oakland, Maryland. The duo version was premiered by Neal Corwell, assisted by Susan Mott, flute, and accompanist Kathryn Sincell-Corwell, on Dec. 9, 2017 at St. John’s UCC church in Clear Spring, MD.


This arrangement of the beloved Christmas Classic
O Holy Night (Cantique de Noel) comes in two versions: one for a soloist with piano, and the other for duo with piano. The two versions, because of slight differences in structure, require different piano accompaniment parts, both of which are included in the purchase price. Both versions feature a brief introduction plus a beautiful but brief coda to frame the popular holiday song.

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