Brian Morris | Carol of the Bells

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Carol of the Bells

by Brian Morris

This is a solo classical guitar version of the famous traditional Carol of the Bells. This version is played on one guitar with no overdubbing. I say that, because when people hear it they often ask how many guitars are playing on this recording.
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This is an arrangement for solo guitar of the Christmas favorite Carol of the Bells. I have performed this version for a number of Christmas concerts and church services during the Holiday season.

Brian Morris the Grand Rapids, Michigan classical guitarist and vocalist, programs of classical guitar, jazz, blues, original and folk songs have received enthusiastic approval from music scholars and elementary school children alike. His past performances include performances with the Grand Rapids Symphony, the West Shore Symphony, at Notre Dame University and the Kennedy Center. He is currently on the music faculty of Grand Rapids Community College where he teaches guitar and other music courses.

Earning music degrees from both Florida State University and Montana State University, Brian’s past teachers include Christopher Parkening and Bruce Holzman. He has participated in master classes with Manuel Barrueco, David Russell and Michael Lorimer.


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