This exciting new arrangement of a holiday favorite has a contemporary jazz feel fueled by the shifting meters throughout. The lively and fun piano accompaniment can be enhanced with the optional triangle,
The beloved fourteenth-century German carol, arranged for a cappella treble chorus with optional triangle, will bring a touch of old-world charm to your Christmas performance. Lyricist Bert Stratton's
Here is a jaunty original setting of the standard English carol text. For accompanied treble voices, it is rhythmic, witty, and dance-like. Each of the verses is unique in texture, and every voice sings the
Juneau's setting for SSA voices and piano or harp provides two primary ideas: the divine mystery of the beautiful Latin text and a sense of joy which permeates the holiday season. The harp part is available
Although the text is taken from the Marian O Antiphons, which celebrate the onset of the Christmas season, this a cappella work is by no means limited to performance at Christmas. As the work
Robert MacGimsey's Christmas classic is masterfully arranged in this dramatic, sensitive interpretation, full of color and emotion. Scored for women's choir with soprano solo and piano accompaniment, it
A rhythmic ostinato on "Veni, veni" and optional percussion (triangle, tambourine and drum) infuse the traditional Advent carol with such unrelenting energy, the effect on the listener is mesmerizing!
Now available for men's or mixed voices a cappella, this chant-like setting presents the ancient Advent carol with simplicity and authenticity. In Latin throughout, it will transport your audience or
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