In The Bleak Midwinter - composed by Gustav Holst (1874-1934)

The poem "In The Bleak Midwinter" was written by Christina Rossetti, describing the circumstances of Christ's birth. The most famous musical setting of the poem is by the English classical composer Gustav Holst. This tune was named "Cranham" after an English village, and it has remained in hymnals since its composition in the early 20th century. The music can be downloaded as Sheet Music in PDF format, or as the following audio files in MIDI or MP3 formats.

For other musical instruments we have the following versions: Piano or Keyboard, Guitar (with Tabs and Chords), Piano Accompaniment, Main (instruments in C), High (instruments in C), Low instruments in C - e.g. Bassoon or Cello, instruments in B-flat e.g. Clarinet or Trumpet, Cor Anglais, French Horn (in F), Alto Saxophone or Viola.



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