Originally written as separate arrangements, 22 holiday band pieces are included in this economical and convenient collection, each correlated with specific pages in the Accent on Achievement band
Also known as O Come, All Ye Faithful, this late-19th-century carol is still one of the most widely performed of all Christmas songs. This fresh, easy-to-play version is extremely accessible and
This is a perfect choice for that first holiday concert. Paul Jennings has set O Come, O Come Emmanuel in an expressive style that will make your beginning group sound great!
The melody of this beautiful Austrian Christmas carol and lullaby actually is from a folk tune from the region around Salzburg. This lovely setting of the familiar carol for young band provides a splendid
This lovely, lilting setting of the traditional French carol is very accessible for beginning players. After a brief introduction, the woodwinds mimic sleigh bells as the brass present the tune.
The charming French carol Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella is the basis of this enchanting setting. In the carol, visitors to the manger speak in hushed tones so as not to wake the sleeping child.
Bring in the holiday season with this clever arrangement that combines the Ukrainian Bell Carol with We Three Kings to create a stunning, yet playable work. Vivid percussion writing and
Adorn your holiday concert with the resplendent sounds of two timeless Christmas carols, expertly woven together, in this joyous offering. Once in Royal David's City and Good King
This medley of two famous Christmas songs will add sparkle to any holiday concert. The setting of Up on the Housetop and We Wish You a Merry Christmas is easy to prepare and perform with
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