These delightful collection of intermediate- to advanced-level duets are based on traditional sacred and secular Christmas carols. They are at times challenging (not for beginners) without being
Piae Cantiones, published in 1582, is a collection of late medieval sacred and secular songs begging to be given performance, either as written, or perhaps in new settings. Three sacred tunes in
This is an arrangement of the famous chorus from Handel's Messiah. The melodic material is distributed nicely between the parts giving important passages to each player. This is normally a Christmas
This is a medley of Angels We Have Heard On High Silent Night and Hark the Herald Angels Sing. The arrangement is very melodic yet it contains some...
A new setting of the classic Christmas piece. The tune is heard as a duet, trio, quartet, and quintet framed by rich harmonies and softly pealing bell passages.
This nice little arrangement is sure to be a blessing for a Christmas service as the offertory, prelude, or special music. The flute part is traditional with a few embellishments. The three-octave handbell
An exceptional collection of three American Christmas songs for flute and organ (or piano). The first, Hail the Blest Morn, is a Kentucky folk song featuring modal harmonies and a gentle,
This traditional Czech folk tune is more commonly known today as ‘The Little Drummer Boy’, as adapted in English by Katherine Kennicott Davis in 1941. This funk version of the traditional tune
Here are ten delightful and accessible instrumental arrangements of seasonal carols. With the exception of the percussion book, each book includes a solo part and an ensemble part for each carol. Basic