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A lively arrangement that combines two favorite Christmas carols into one uplifting anthem. Scored as a duet for C-Instruments with Piano accompaniment. Accessible and appropriate for any church or
For solo treble instrument and organ, these seasonal preludes are harmonically interesting, yet achievable for most soloists - a great way to build holiday spirit and goodwill. An Advent
Holiday favorite Carol of the Bells has been arranged for easy instrumental solo to facilitate performance by any level or age of player. Complete with piano accompaniment, this new solo
Leontovich and Wilhousky's extremely popular Carol of the Bells is now available in Carl Fischer Music's Compatible Series. Arranged by Larry Clark, string and wind players alike can now play this
Four traditional carols, arranged for two oboes. First, a meandering setting of The Holly and the Ivy where the tune weaves between the two players. This is followed by a robust version of the
A wonderful composite of six beloved songs for Christmas wrapped up into one medley ("O Come, All Ye Faithful", "It Came Upon The Midnight Clear", "What Child Is This", "O Little Town Of Bethlehem", "Away
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These are the two final movements of Corelli's Concerto Grosso in G minor Op. 6 No. 8, which is subtitled 'made for the night of Christmas' and generally known as the Christmas Concerto.
If you're looking to play holiday duets with your friends, look no further. Containing 50 arrangements of popular carols, this festive collection is a must-have for any wind player during the Christmas
Compatible Trios for Christmas contains 27 arrangements of popular Christmas carols that can be played with any combination of three instruments. A piano score is available that contains
This collection of ten contemporary Christmas classics arranged as duets for C and/or B-flat instruments continues Lloyd Larson's successful series of settings for two instruments designed to enhance any