This medley wraps up eight of the most popular Christmas songs into a tidy package for audiences of all ages. There's something to play for everyone and it's a great way to touch on a lot of great tunes...
This clever setting for brass quintet with narrator of Clement Moore’s classic Christmas poem entertains and amuses young and old with imaginative scoring and special brass effects to tell the...
Set primarily in a march-like style with a more lyrical song-like interlude, McIvor's brass quintet arrangement of Adeste Fidelis is perfect for both sacred and secular performances at...
With three recognized carols at its core, this accessible setting is a festive selection for holiday concerts or worship presentations. Includes: We Three Kings; Veni Emmanuel and...
Incorporating three beloved carols, Richard A. Nichols uses his expertise as a veteran brass player to create appealing settings for performers and listeners alike. Idiomatically crafted for brass...
A clever pairing of God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman and Carol of the Bells. Beginning with an ethereal echo of Carol of the Bells, the trumpets present eerie fragmentations of...
A jazz medley of Deck the Halls, Silent Night, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
It's not Christmas without this beloved holiday song. This jazz ballad style arrangement incorporates rich harmonies, and the optional percussion really makes it sparkle!
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