This setting is arranged after the amazing Pentatonix version from the 2014 album That's Christmas to Me and may be sung a cappella or accompanied. Ideal for pop/jazz or concert choirs, the beautiful
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A rhythmic ostinato on "Veni, veni" and optional percussion (triangle, tambourine and drum) infuse the traditional Advent carol with such unrelenting energy, the effect on the listener is mesmerizing!
Pentatonix has released their own unique rendition of the beloved Austrian carol Silent Night, with fresh harmonies and contemporary vocal improvisations. Choirs and vocal ensembles will love
A cappella choirs will enjoy this ethereal arrangement of the traditional Christmas carol. The melody is easily identifiable throughout, and a quiet energy makes it an exciting setting. Available for mixed,
From Piae Cantiones, this setting of Gaudete! is in a progressive style, yet well suited to the medieval melody. Its energy is derived from the accented rhythms and dance-like percussive
Easy and absolutely beautiful for men's a cappella voices, this setting of the beloved Latin text is not to be missed! Whatever the level of your male ensemble, it will showcase your voices in fine style.
This setting of the delightful Christmas carol utilizes imitation of the sound of bells in the vocal part-writing and features three short solos. An option for treble choirs of various levels. Will appeal
This charming a cappella setting of the familiar carol has a bright, rhythmic ostinato pattern that moves between the sections of the choir. The Christmas story is told from the perspective of shepherds
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