Harold Darke’s In the Bleak Midwinter, originally made famous by the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, for SATB Choir with Organ accompaniment. There are two popular settings of Christina Rossetti’s In the bleak mid-winter— Gustav Holst’s, which appears in the standard hymnals and carol collections, and . Print and download in PDF or MIDI In the bleak midwinter. Also look here for the Holst version.

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Your download has started. Also look here for the Holst version: It’s there in his original score. In the bleak mid-winter Frosty wind made moan; Earth stood hard as iron, Water like a stone; Snow had fallen, snow on snow, Snow on snow, In the bleak mid-winter Long ago.


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Uploaded midwiinter Sep 22, What is the history of this non-Holst setting, which now sounds vaguely familiar? The holst version was intended as a congregational hymn. By contrast, Harold Darke’s setting was intended as a choral anthem, in which the first and third verses were given to soloists. It contains an organ part also. I, however, turned it into an choral ‘only’ setting herebecause I mainly do vocal scores; it’s not original.


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It has the unusual distinction of varying the melody from verse to verse, on which you can find a funny dake here, which combines the Holst and Darke versions. Attribution, non-commercial, no derivatives.