Simply brilliant! This creative setting of familiar holiday tunes, kicked up with a real American twist, will delight your audience to no end! Jazzy toy soldiers, rockin' merry gentlemen, and much more...
Composed as a concert opener or encore piece, this holiday musical collage combines three beloved carols, including Adeste Fideles; Angels We Have Heard on High and Joy to the...
Year after year The Canadian Brass continue to produce arrangements which translate beautifully to the concert band medium. This outstanding medley includes six favorites woven into a unique holiday...
For many of us, Christmas traditions include listening to the popular Christmas recording A Canadian Brass Christmas. This full concert band medley, inspired by that recording, features: Ding Dong!...
Putting a unique and distinctive stamp on this holiday classic, this setting of the Mannheim Steamroller version of Carol of the Bells features a driving rhythmic pulse, a short trumpet solo and a...
Perfect as an opener to any winter or holiday concert, this arrangement of the Mannheim Steamroller tune is a grand way to ring in the season. The opening brass fanfare gives way to a driving groove...
Here is a combination of several well-known Jewish folk songs masterfully put together into one work. It is playable by most middle school or high school bands, with the first trumpet's highest note being...
You'll really create some genuine holiday fun with this bluesy version of a Christmas classic. Mariah Carey's version gave it staying power - and now you can add it to your holiday program!
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