Eight Early Scottish Carols for three & four voices
edited and arranged by Kenneth Elliott
Published by the Musica Scotica Trust 2006. 43pp.
Scanned to pdf from printed booklet (now out of print) for immediate download.
This small collection of early Scottish carols brings together for the first time certain items that have already appeared in print, and achieved some currency, together with some new ones. They date mainly from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, celebrating the Christmas season and especially the feast of Christmas itself, and are composed (or arranged by the editor) for three and four voices.
Introduction and Notes
Editorial Note, Acknowledgements
- Hac in anni janua
- Gaude Maria virgo
- All sons of Adam
- Now lat us sing
- When Father Adam
- Ecce novum gaudium
- Balulalow (4 voices)
- Balulalow (3 voices)
- Come, my Children deer