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Hamerton : Waken! Christian Children
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Hamerton : Miscellaneous Hymn Tunes

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Waken! Christian Children

Hamerton, Samuel Collingwood (1833-1872)

A simple yet lovely Christmas hymn arranged for easy violin!   

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Includes : One score and one part (2 pages)

Difficulty level : Grade 2/12

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Program Notes on Waken! Christian Children by Hamerton :

This score is an an arrangement of the Christmas hymn Waken! Christian Children for easy violin with piano accompaniment.

The violin part is to be played in the first and third positions.

For your greater enjoyment, both the score and the violin part include the complete lyrics in English (9 verses).

Sources :

Rev. Samuel Collingwood Hamerton, Miscellaneous Hymn Tunes.

Associated collections :

Christmas Music for Violin (Easy)    

Sheet music details :


(Christmas Carol - Christmas Hymn)
ComposerHamerton, Samuel Collingwood (1833-1872) Opus/catalog number
MovementsModerato Composition/First publication19th century
InstrumentationViolin and piano StyleHymns & Worship
KeyG Major Duration00:20 per verse
EditionArranged by M.A. Caux DifficultyGrade 2/12

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Waken! Christian Children

1. Waken! Christian children,
Up and let us sing,
With glad voice the praises
Of our newborn King.

2. Up! 'tis meet to welcome
With a joyous lay
Christ, the King of Glory,
Born for us today.

3. Come, nor fear to seek Him,
Children though we be;
Once He said of children
Let them come to me.

4. In a manger lowly
Sleeps the Heavenly Child;
O'er Him fondly bendeth
Mary, Mother mild.

5. Far above that stable,
Up in heaven so high,
One bright star out-shineth,
Watching silently.

6. Fear not then to enter,
Though we cannot bring
Gold, or myrrh, or incense,
Fitting for a King.

7. Gifts he asketh richer,
Offerings costlier still,
Yet may Christian children
Bring them if they will.

8. Brighter than all jewels
Shines the modest eye;
Best of gifts He loveth
Infant purity.

9. Haste we then to welcome
With a joyous lay
Christ, the King of Glory,
Born for us today.

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