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Here's a jazz novelty song recorded by Ella Fitzgerald in the '50s that's filled to the brim with sass and style! Perfect for a winter concert, dinner theater fundraiser or any time you want to share a
"Just feel that frosty air! Everywhere the cheerful faces lean into the glow of a four-inch screen." This novel holiday song, particularly suited for show choirs, expresses in a cute and jazzy way how
Hold on to your stocking caps, because this winter tour-de-force will inject your holiday programs with a generous portion of rollicking good cheer! Your singers will love rehearsing and performing this
Here is the ultimate holiday novelty for mixed or male a cappella choirs! It's an absolutely hilarious mash-up of Jingle Bells and The Hallelujah Chorus. First, the Hallelujah
Dig to the back of your closet for your best ugly Christmas sweater and make it the highlight of your holiday program! All in fun, this song lends itself well to choreography while optional jingle bells and
This is delightful! "With apologies to Mister Mozart," here is the master composer's famous Rondo Alla Turca with clever words and plenty of "fa la la" fun! It has great educational
What a phenomenal holiday novelty/teaching piece! The tune of Simple Gifts is the unifying thread of this extraordinarily entertaining medley, which teaches solfege through nine favorite
It's a Christmas song for the selfie generation! The vocal group Straight No Chaser teamed up with actor/singer Kristen Bell for this cute number that will be a fantastic holiday novelty for your choir! It
All those feet and tails belong, of course, to Santa's reindeer in this adorable vintage holiday song, recorded by Gene Autry. It will make an incredibly cute addition to your holiday programs, and is also
A familiar melody by Ponchielli, Dance of the Hours from "La Gioconda," is cleverly set with new lyrics which depict the craziness of a family holiday gathering. Loud relatives, conversations
The well-known melody of the andante cantabile movement from Beethoven's "Sonata Pathetique" is coupled with expressive original lyrics to create an evocative winter soundscape. "Once again, the wintertime
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