Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful (Arr. by James L. Stevens - SATB) [PDF Sheet Music]

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Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful (Arr. by James L. Stevens - SATB) [PDF Sheet Music]


As performed by BYU Vocal Point and BYU Noteworthy (SATB Divisi).

Music & Lyrics by John F. Wade (1711-1786). Translated by Frederick Oakeley (1802-1880). Arranged by James L. Stevens. Published by BYU Music Publishing Group (BYUDSM1316).

Item Number: BYUDSM1316



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Download BYU Vocal Point's recording of "Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful (feat. BYU Noteworthy)" from iTunes or buy the song on the CD He Is Born from our website or Amazon.com

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  • 4
    Fantastic arrangement but need more information

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Nov 2016

    The arrangement is fantastic but it would be better if:
    1) the number of parts and range is stated in the product intro. There are 2 solo parts, SSSSAAAATTTBBBB ie a total of 17 parts.
    2) the beatbox part should be included in the score (as in the YouTube video. It's got no beatbox part in the score and instead, some beatbox elements are scattered into different parts and it may not sound like the beatbox in the video. Since I don't have 17 people in my group I rearranged the music into 7 parts and ask the beatbox to do his part according to the video. I cut all the beatbox elements so I don't really know how it would sound like.