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Sheet Music

All sheet music here is free to download.


“Away in a Manger” (Piano + Flute)
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“The First Noel” (Piano + Flute)
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“Still, Still, Still” (Piano)
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“It Came Upon the Midnight Clear” (Piano)
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“As With Gladness Men of Old” (Piano)
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“O Holy Night” (Piano + Obbligato)
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“Infant Holy, Infant Lowly” (Piano)
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“I Wonder As I Wander” (Piano + Flute)
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“Mary’s Lullaby” (Piano + Flute)
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8 Responses to “Sheet Music”

  • Cuba:

    I would like to buy sheet music for your arrangement for Candlelight Carol. I love it!

  • Robert Kalez:

    Is the sheet music available for purchase.

  • Justin Reeve:

    All the sheet music here is free for download, and this page will be updated as I continue to add more. If you have any specific sheet music you’d like that isn’t here, please let me know, and I’ll look into the possibility of putting it up.

  • Kathy Matt:

    I would love to have a piano arrangement of Candlelight Carol by John Rutter. Do you have a free download of an arrangement?

  • Kari:

    Do you have the sheet music to “In the Bleak Midwinter” available for piano and flute?

  • Justin Reeve:

    I have not done sheet music for “In the Bleak Midwinter” yet, though it’s one I’ve definitely thought about. (Most of the other instruments could probably be done with a single cello, too.) I’ll see what I can do when I have the chance, though I can’t completely guarantee I’ll have it in time for Christmas this year. I’ll do my best, though!

    As for those who always ask about “Candlelight Carol” :) … the only reason I haven’t done so is because it’s a copyrighted song.

  • Julie Bateman:

    Just requesting sheet music with the full score of “The First Noel” Piano and flute, along with the other parts I hear in the music! I love this. It is so very beautiful. I made a comment in request a song, but this is probably where I need to ask about this. Thank you for all you do, so beautiful!

  • Justin Reeve:

    Hi, Julie. I’m so glad you like the song! I’ll admit, it’s probably my favorite arrangement out of all the ones I’ve done. I’m afraid I don’t have the other parts, though I’ve considered transcribing them before. I’ll keep it in mind! One thing to note about the flute part is that it was originally made for a tin whistle. You might want to bring it down an octave for the flute if that works better.

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