seasonal / holiday

James Koerts’ Free Arrangement of “Joy To The World”

This weekend, my students and I are preparing to play Christmas pieces at a local church’s “Come To The Stable” event.  I reserved an hour on Thursday and Saturday when we are going to play (I will fill whatever time my students don’t use).  Our music will serve as the background music as people come and go (open-house style) to admire a beautiful display of nativity sets.

In preparation, I’ve been practicing all my favorite Christmas arrangements – and learning a few new ones, too.  I discovered a wonderful free arrangement of “Joy To The World” on James Koerts’ website — take a listen below, and then click here and scroll down to download it yourself!

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bFXRNDKNH4

6 thoughts on “James Koerts’ Free Arrangement of “Joy To The World””

      1. Ahh I see– I love how warm the colours are. My DSLR doesn’t take video, and although I like how extremely light it is (that’s a big part of why I chose it!), I’m totally wishing it took video like yours. :)

        1. You must have the D40! That’s what I have been using for the last 4 years, too — loved it. Two months ago I upgraded to the D7000. I miss the compact-ness of the D40, but I love the ability to shoot in lower light. The video is a nice plus, too.

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