See also Carol books



Adolphe Adam
  • O Holy Night - Adam’s famous, if rather gooey, carol for SSA and piano
  • O Holy Night - Adam’s famous, if rather gooey, carol for SAB and piano
  • O Holy Night - Adam’s famous, if rather gooey, carol for SATB and piano

Richard Rodney Bennett

Lennox Berkeley


Benjamin Britten


Bob Chilcott

Herbert Howells


Gabriel Jackson

  • Nowell Sing We - unaccompanied SATB
  • The Christ-Child - unaccompanied SATB divisi - Commissioned by King's College, Cambridge for the 2009 Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

John Joubert

Philip Ledger

Kenneth Leighton

Mykola Leontovich
  • Carol of the Bells - SSA a cappella - probably best known for its use in Home Alone, this is a rhythmic, dramatic carol
  • Carol of the Bells - SATB a cappella - probably best known for its use in Home Alone, this is a rhythmic, dramatic carol

James MacMillan

William Mathias

John Henry Maunder
Arthur Oldham
  • Remember O Thou Man - SATB and soprano solo - one of the most haunting and beautiful modern carols
  • Boris Ord

Francis Pott


Christopher Robinson


John Rutter


Carl R
ütti

Richard Shephard


Philip Stopford

John Tavener
  • Christmas Choral Collection - SATB: a collection of 8 Christmas pieces by Tavener
  • The Lamb - SATB a cappella: though not strictly a carol, one of Tavener's best-known pieces is entirely appropriate at Christmas
  • Today the Virgin - SATB a cappella, first performed in 1989 by the Choir of Westminster Abbey

Peter Warlock

  • Adam Lay Y Bounden - unison and piano - a change from the better-known Ord version
  • Bethlehem Down - SATB a cappella - gorgeous carol, composed to raise money for Christmas drinks

James Whitbourn

The Magi's Dream - SATB and organ


David Willcocks


Jonathan Willcocks

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