The First Nowell is a "Christmas carol" sheet music from Cornwall for the piano. The composer of this score is unknown, but it is known that this music was written in c. 1700. The lyrics of this sheet music are traditional. This sheet music has been arranged by Ian Cantor.
|Composer||Unknown (c. 1700)|
|Origin||Europe > United Kingdom > England > Cornwall|
|Key signature||D major|
|License||Creative Commons BY-SA|
You can download this free sheet music for the piano below:
1. O well, O well, the Angels did say To shepherds there in the fields did lay; Late in the night a-folding their sheep, A winter's night, both cold and bleak. Refrain O well, O well, O well, O well, Born is the King of Israel. 2. And then there did appear a Star, Whose glory then did shine so far: Unto the earth it gave a great light, And there it continued a day and a night. 3. And by the light of that same Star, Three Wise Men came from country far; To seek a King was their intent - They follow'd the Star wherever it went. 4. The Star went before them unto the North West, And seemed o'er the City of Bethlehem to rest, And there did remain by night and by day, Right over the place where Jesus Christ lay. 5. Then enter'd in these Wise Men three, With reverence fall on their knee, And offer'd up in His presence The gifts of gold and frankincense. 6. 'Tween an ox manger and an ass, Our Blest Messiah's place it was; To save us all from bond and thrall, He was a Redeemer for us all!
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