Limited ranges, repeated sections, and creative choral arranging ensure success with this Victor Johnson favorite. This long-time bestseller features percussion parts for sticks, shaker, bongo or African
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Bring each section of the choir down a different aisle to add a theatrical element to the opening of your program and highlight the antiphonal qualities of this piece. Built upon three accessible parts in
"In the glow of candlelight, all of the world comes together tonight..." A musical reflection on the candle as a symbol of peace, this simple, elegant selection is appropriate for choirs of all ages, at any
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
This beautiful ballad is the theme song of "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York." Using just the piano for accompaniment, this setting is charming in its simplicity. Highly recommended!
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
The text from Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming is set to a wistful Irish folk song in this one-of-a-kind secular Christmas piece. With lovely legato lines and an optional violin part that brings a
This very cool original is a masterpiece of vocal layering, a "sound experience" for a cappella voices as bells. All voices sing together in the middle section before returning to vocalized bell effects.
This clever medley features five different pop styles with five popular holiday songs: Jolly Old Saint Nicholas (swing); Deck the Hall (doo-wop); Up on the Housetop (Motown);
This original work with text from a poem by John Greenleaf Whittier creates a sense of awe as we visualize a flower in the midst of the frozen landscape of winter. Singers will be challenged to shape
This carol tells the story of the king who on Saint Stephen's Day endures harsh weather as he and his page bring food and fuel to a poor peasant. This sturdy setting (optional a cappella) presents the
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