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The magic and imagery of a candle's glow on a winter night is expressively depicted in this lovely original canon. The way the voice parts weave together is simply marvelous! With alternate words that make
Everyone's favorite song by Lee Mendelson and Vince Guaraldi from "A Charlie Brown Christmas" takes on an extra-special holiday glow in this warm, tasteful a cappella setting. The impeccable Michele Weir
We Wish You a Merry Christmas combines with a bright original holiday song to create a seasonal showcase that's full of fa-la-la-la cheer! Easily learned and effective in performance, this is a
Set in a haunting minor mode, this piece evokes a sense of mystery that portrays the winter landscape. Excellent for developing part-singing skills, this selection will bring an interesting change of pace
Set in a vibrant mixed meter, this work celebrates the wonder and joy of music, nature and life. In ABA form, it opens with echoing phrases, then moves into a more reflective section before the exuberant
Share the sights and sounds of December with this cheerful holiday original that will warm every heart! Easily learned for younger choirs in elementary and middle school. With flute.
The traditional carol receives a spirited treatment in this easily learned arrangement for younger choirs. Optional handbells or hand chimes add sparkle to your holiday programming! Highly
This well-crafted, gentle original creates a beautiful feeling of the hushed wonder of a first snow in winter. Younger singers will develop important choral skills of phrasing, dynamic contrast and tone
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