|Difficulty||Grade 6 upwards|
|Format||score and parts(download)|
|Instruments||violin, violin, viola, cello and double bass|
The Latin text of 'O come, O come, Emmanuel' is an ancient Christian hymn. The tune associated with it, with a strong plainsong flavour, is of unknown origin but dating from the 15th century or earlier.
'Angels from the realms of glory' has its origins in an old French carol, 'Les anges dans nos campagnes'.
These two arrangements would make an effective, contrasted pair for concert performance. They are not suitable for accompanying singing.
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