A stunning work for better string orchestras that is based on the popular hymn Angels We Have Heard on High. Very attractive selection for holiday concerts.
Energize any holiday concert with this Trans-Siberian Orchestra hit! The energy of the accented, syncopated rhythms will engage students and audiences alike. An optional electric violin part provides the
Nothing says "noel" better than a 16th-century courtly dance. This carol was originally performed for the French nobility. The variations in this setting will lift your spirits as they pass from a joyous
This intermediate arrangement blends a traditional approach to this holiday favorite with a popular twist somewhat reminiscent of the scores of Leroy Anderson. The melody is passed among all the sections as
As seen in the mind-boggling Trans-Siberian Orchestra stage show, this thought-provoking medley of Christmas tunes describes a lone cellist playing Christmas carols in the midst of the Bosnian war. The
This beautiful, flowing piece is a nice change for your next holiday concert. Made popular by the group Celtic Woman, it will touch your audience with the beauty of Christmas. Optional percussion gives it
This original work was inspired by the feeling of waking up to a new Christmas morning. With the chiming of tubular bells and jingling of sleigh bells, this piece is a perfect addition to the time-honored
This is the third movement of a four-movement work celebrating the holiday season. We Three Kings serves as the primary theme, and I Saw Three Ships serves as the secondary theme in the
Get in the holiday spirit with this unique Christmas selection. Combining well-known carols with echoes of Haydn, this work achieves the perfect union of familiarity and novelty.
If you are looking for a fresh arrangement of traditional Christmas carols, this unique three-movement work will beautifully showcase all sections of your orchestra. Includes Carol of the Bells; The
Written in a bossa-nova style, this fresh take on the classic O Tannenbaum will add a little Caribbean flavor to your Christmas concert while being easy to learn.
The title reflects the twelve days from Christmas Day until January 6th. King Wenceslas tells of a good deed done on December 26th, traditionally known as Boxing Day in England. The other tune,
Traditionally performed in Coventry, England as part of a mystery play, this carol dates back to the 16th century. The author of the music is unknown, but provides one of the best known examples of the
As the title would suggest, “Deck the Halls” and “Jingle Bells” are combined in this breezy and fun arrangement. However, rather than being a simple medley in this case, the tunes
The arranger's sense of humor shines through in this unique setting of one of our oldest familiar carols with intermittent outbursts from the low strings (these require careful counting!). Each section is
A longtime favorite in symphony concert halls, Hershy Kay's ingenious treatment of this holiday favorite includes variations in a delicious fugal style, ideal for string ensembles as well. A truly memorable
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