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O Come All Ye Faithful sheet music for Flute Duet
April 13, 2016 – 07:55 pm
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About 'O Come All Ye Faithful'

Artist: Traditional Melody The Artist: Traditional Music of unknown author.
Composition Date: unknown Composition Info: "Adeste Fideles" is a Christmas carol which for some time has been attributed to John Francis Wade in the English-speaking world. However, many other probable authors exist and the oldest manuscripts of this hymn have been found in a royal library in Portugal, with a date prior to Wade's collection.

The original four verses of the hymn were extended to a total of eight, and these have been translated into many languages. The English translation of "O Come, All Ye Faithful" by the English Catholic priest Frederick Oakeley is widespread in most English speaking countries.

Number of Pages Difficulty Level Easy Level: Recommended for Beginners with some playing experience

Traditional Music Items to buy

look inside Complete Folksong Arrangements (61 Songs for High Voice). Composed by Benjamin Britten (1913-1976). Edited by Richard Walters. For Vocal. Boosey & Hawkes Voice. Collection. 264 pages. Boosey & Hawkes #M051933747. Published by Boosey & Hawkes (HL.48018781).
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