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WHILE SHEPHERDS WATCHED THEIR FLOCKS - (by Harry Standing)  Year: 2011
Harry Standing A solo soprano saxophone plays a sweetly inspired and improvised rendition of this famous Christmas carol with backing from a subdued electric piano. A nice jazz feel to this piece. Also available as a Loop. Public domain music arranged by Harry Standing. Music is thought to be based on a piece from, Instrumental, Christmas, Xmas New Age
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Christmas, Xmas New Age
499688 2:03 Med Slow 92   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
Catalog ID: 499688  ISRC: US5UL1149602
Description: A solo soprano saxophone plays a sweetly inspired and improvised rendition of this famous Christmas carol with backing from a subdued electric piano. A nice jazz feel to this piece. Also available as a Loop. Public domain music arranged by Harry Standing. Music is thought to be based on a piece from

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Artist or Group: Harry Standing

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Keywords: Christmas, Seasonal, Holidays, Festive

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Christmas Music
       Christmas New Age
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:03   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 92
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Piano, Saxophone, Strings
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Alluring, Bright, Carefree, Cheeky, Cheerful, Dreamy, Enchanted, Festive, Free, Fresh, Friendly, Graceful, Light, Peaceful, Reverent, Shimmering, Soothing, Sweeping, Sweet, Warm

Styles: Ballad, Christmas, Dramatic Soundtrack, Family / Children, Family / Teen, Film Instrumental, Infomercial, New Age, Religious, TV Instrumental

Extended Keywords: Also available as a Loop. Public domain music arranged by Harry Standing. Music is thought to be based on a piece from the opera 'Siroe' by Handel. Words by Nahum Tate - the poet laureate to Queen Anne.

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