William Braun
804 Windsor Court, Wauwatosa, WI 53226
(414)259-1548 / (414)443-8839
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Catalog
1) Trios
  - Triolets Volume I
  - Triolets Volume II
  - Kabalevsky Kammermusik

2) Quartets
  - Joy, Joy, Joy (string quartet)
  - Joy, Joy, Joy (violin quartet)

3) Piano and String
    Ensemble

  - Clementi: Op 36, No. 1
  - Kuhlau: Op 55, No. 1
  - Clementi: Op 36, No. 3
  - Beethoven: Op 49, No. 2
  - Mozart: K. 439B
  - Haydn: Op 48
 

Joy Joy Joy (Violin Quartet)

This is a collection of twenty-four songs and carols of the Christmas season arranged for four violins. All of the parts can be played in first position, but more advanced students may prefer to play some passages in higher positions. Most of the arrangements are just one verse long, so they may be repeated if desired. Some of the carols have two versions, the first usually simpler than the second. Each version may be performed seperately, or both versions may be performed as a kind of first and second verse or theme and variation.


Price: $22.00
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Table of Contents
Angels We Have Heard on High Traditional French
Away In A Manger Anonymous
Beautiful Savior (Crusaders' Hymn) Silesian Folk Tune
Carol of the Bells Ukrainian Carol
Coventry Carol Ancient English Melody
The Echo Carol (Joy, Joy, Joy) Traditional German
Deck the Halls (With Boughs of Holly) Traditional Welch
Good Christian Men, Rejoice 14th Century German Carol
Good King Wenceslas Piae Cantiones, 1582
The Holly and the Ivy Traditional English
I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day J. Baptiste Calkin
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear Richard S. Willis
Jingle Bells J. Pierpont
Jolly Old St. Nicholas Traditional United States
Listen, Lordlings, Unto Me 16th Century Gascon Melody
Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming Michael Praetorius
O Christmas Tree German Folk Song
O How Joyfully (O Scantissima) Latin Hymn
O Little Town of Bethlehem Lewis H. Redner
One In Royal David's City Henry J. Gauntlett
Patapan Bernard de la Monnoye
Silent Night Franz Gruber
The Wassail Song 19th Century Yorkshire
We Wish You A Merry Christmas Traditional English