Also known as O Come, All Ye Faithful, this late-19th-century carol is still one of the most widely performed of all Christmas songs. This fresh, easy-to-play version is extremely accessible and
John Rutter wrote this great work for the 2012 Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols held each Christmas Eve at King's College. This arrangement is written for combined concert band and chorus, but may be
Feature your percussion section in this sizzling holiday arrangement! Beginning with percussion grooves and solo fragments, the traditional bell carol quickly transforms into a decidedly nontraditional
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
Your band will sparkle when they play this easy-to-prepare medley of familiar holiday carols. A brief intro of Angels from the Realms of Glory leads seamlessly into Angels We Have Heard on
Based upon What Child Is This? and O Come, O Come Emmanuel, this creative and unique arrangement provides a special touch to holiday concerts. Lyrical woodwind passages contrasting
Among Goldman's many contributions to the band's repertoire, his Christmas march medley has been especially popular. Familiar seasonal tunes include Good King Wenceslas; Adeste Fideles; Jingle
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Christmas is a time of the year when our thoughts turn to family, serenity and reflection on the past. This original work brings to mind visions of a snowy winter scenery, a cozy crackling fire, and
Masterfully arranged for very young players, this timeless holiday favorite will be a hit on any Christmas concert. This version retains chromatic elements inherent in the original, however ranges and
John Rutter created a delightful rendition of this notable carol, originally published as an a capella choral piece. It has been arranged here as an equally delightful adaptation for combined concert band
Look no further for the perfect holiday concert opener for your beginning band's very first performance. Bright, festive, and very playable, it uses only the first six notes they learn! Contrasting styles
This charming dance represents the Christmas Day after-party for the hardworking elves in Santa's workshop. Musical quotes from Jolly Old St. Nicholas and Up on the Housetop
This Italian Christmas carol was written in 1917 and has remained a part of the standard Christmas repertoire for almost 100 years. The lilting triple-meter melody line flows peacefully throughout, enhanced
From the very first Mannheim Steamroller Christmas album and featuring their signature funky rock style, here is the "good king" effectively adapted for concert band. Your horn section is sure to have fun
A unique twist to a classic audience favorite! This arrangement presents Handel's monumental work as a brass quartet (playing the chorus part) with band accompaniment. Quartet parts include two trumpets,
Feature your young percussion section in this lighthearted Christmas novelty which cleverly intertwines Jingle Bells and We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Although your percussionists
This popular holiday work for concert band is now available in a version for groups with limited or unbalanced instrumentations. This novel swing-style arrangement of Jingle Bells will
Everyone is sure to enjoy this fresh take on familiar holiday motifs. It brings to life images of horse-drawn sleighs gliding through the snow, nutcrackers on parade, and Santa's elves busy at work building
This beautiful and unique arrangement of the familiar hymn quotes briefly from Handel's "Messiah," which gives a dramatic freshness to the piece known the world over. The arrangement is written and intended
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