Transeamus usque Bethlehem
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|File:||schsmedtrans.nwc (June 2008) 3 kB|
|Full name of work:||Transeamus usque Bethlehem|
|Composer:||Schnabel, Joseph Ignaz (1767-1831), German|
|Arranger:||Smedley, Tony (UK)|
|Instruments:||arranged for Male chorus, Soprano, contralto and organ with flute obbligato|
|Name of file creator:||Tony Smedley|
|e-mail address:||htonysmedley (at) aol (dot) com|
|Comments:||Best sung with a lusty menís chorus, contrasting with the womenís lighter decorations, The flute part may be taken by piano or keyboard|