"In the glow of candlelight, all of the world comes together tonight..." A musical reflection on the candle as a symbol of peace, this simple, elegant selection is appropriate for choirs of all ages, at any...
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Celebrate Hanukkah, also known as the Feast of Dedication, is set as an up-tempo, rhythmic and fun tribute to the special Jewish Holiday. While the clarinet is optional, if used, it adds an extra...
Share the sights and sounds of December with this cheerful holiday original that will warm every heart! Easily learned for younger choirs in elementary and middle school. With flute.
The optional part for clarinet adds a lot to the ethnic flavor of this joyful original. "Hanukkah makes you feel something real in your heart..."
With three combinable melodies, a contrasting B section, and crisp percussion patterns, this will give you all you need for a bright Hanukkah showcase! Accessible and easily adapted to a variety of...
The lively sounds of the happy season of Hanukkah sing out in this bright, easy-to-learn, up-tempo original. Sing along with a stylistic piano part (with optional tambourine) or the Klezmer-inspired synth...
This arrangement of a traditional Israeli folk song has all the ingredients of a successful Hanukkah piece: exciting tempo variations from slow to fast, and lyrics about dancing the hora, eating latkes and...
How often do we find a warm ballad written especially for Hanukkah? No boom-chicks here, and no minor key either, just a tender heartfelt message of family and tradition. Incorporates a contemporary setting...
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