This thought-provoking medley of Christmas tunes describes a lone cellist playing Christmas carols in the midst of the Bosnian war, reflecting power, drama, and hope. Includes a rock rhythm section.
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Written in the style of a fanfare, this piece intertwines three popular holiday carols: Angels from the Realms of Glory; Angels We Have Heard on High and Hark! The Herald Angels
Let your young orchestra get to know Handel's classic gem! For holiday programs or at any time of year, this stunning arrangement for full orchestra is playable by young performers. A true masterpiece!
Glee-esque in nature, this "mash-up" is complete with lyrical and rock teaching styles. A sure winner for your holiday program!
One suite provides ultimate flexibility! Select from Joy to the World, Deck the Hall, Chanukah, or Silent Night and perform any or all either as string orchestra, full orchestra, brass
As performed in the fabulous Trans-Siberian Orchestra live concert, experience Trepak from "The Nutcracker" as you never have before in this full orchestra setting. An optional electric violin part
For decades, the skilled arranging of the late Merle Isaac made great works playable by developing orchestras. Here he presents the beloved "Nutcracker" in two sets that sound like the originals. Feature a
This second set features two of the most well-known holiday favorites of all time: March of the Nutcracker and Trepak. As always, Merle Isaac remained as true to the originals as possible.
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