This hauntingly beautiful arrangement features the gentle feel of a lullaby and an interesting mixture of major and minor modes. Adapted and translated from the traditional carol, it alternates between
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This beautiful arrangement pairs Silent Night with an original melody, lending a delightful ambiance to this beloved classic. The flowing piano and cello accompaniments enhance the lyrical melodies
The haunting melody of the Coventry Carol is paired with original music set to the words of the traditional spiritual What You Gonna Call Your Pretty Little Baby. This artful and
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
Melodic portions and excerpts from five traditional carols (In Dulci Jubilo; The Holly and the Ivy; The First Noel; Infant Holy Infant Lowly and Song of the
Everyone will love this Patti Drennan original that's perfect for the elementary choir! There is an option for bells, tambourine and conga drum, and Orff instruments could be used as well.
Here's as easy introduction to part singing for young voices. It's the familiar tune O Waly, Waly, also known as The Water Is Wide, set to original lyrics: "A tiny child was born this
Twenty-three familiar holiday songs in three minutes! For extra fun, you can involve your audience in counting the tunes as they fly by. Your students can even hold up numbered signs every time a different
Ideal for Christmas or contest programming, this accessible, well-crafted work is infused with a joyful spirit! With an easily-learned Latin refrain and contrasting English phrases, it is an excellent
An excellent selection for younger or developing choirs, your students will develop many important choral skills as they rehearse and perform this piece. Several contrasting sections alternate with the
The jazz waltz feel is perfect for this carol! Sweet choral harmonies float above the lilting accompaniment in this simple, straightforward setting, and the effect is marvelous! Optional parts for saxophone
This arrangement of the traditional French carol is a great confidence builder for young choirs, with bold vocal lines, well-crafted harmonies and optional percussion that can be performed by the
"Love was in the air that night, a long time ago." Natalie Sleeth's light folk style perfectly frames this original school-friendly Christmas text by Charlotte Lee. Repetition in the vocal lines will save
This tender Puerto Rican carol has a lilting feel to it and is a perfect addition to Christmas and other seasonal programs. Well crafted for success with younger and developing choirs! Translation and
An original countermelody, lyrical piano writing and new words enhance the beloved carol in this refreshing setting for women's voices.
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The traditional carol we all know and love is presented here in an accessible arrangement for young voices. Finger cymbals and an interesting piano accompaniment add excitement for all to enjoy.
A symbolic ascending fifth opens the main melodic idea in this bright original for Christmas. Taking inspiration from Angels We Have Heard on High, the chorus moves in a new harmonic direction,
This special set of three short pieces is great for captivating and motivating developing choirs; it is now available for SATB choirs as well. The easy, repeated Latin phrases come to life with fresh
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