A perfect opener for your holiday concert or Madrigal dinner, this inspired original partners with Deck the Hall and possesses all of the color and pageantry of a Renaissance court celebration.
Although the traditions began several centuries ago, here is a colorful medley of carols, popular in Victorian England, set in contemporary treatments. Includes: The Holly and the Ivy; God Rest You
From their first album in 1965, which catapulted them to the top of the rock charts, this classic song from The Who is as vital today as it was back then. With this exciting, rhythmically driven arrangement
This march is based on the original opening of the first movement of "Second Suite in F for Military Band". Holst replaced this section with the now-familiar Morris dance tune, Glory
Get a full dose of holiday cheer from this setting of a baker's dozen of familiar carols. These favorite tunes are presented in a jam-packed musical treat that's gift-wrapped with shifting meters, styles,
What a great way to pay tribute to the genius of Mel Brooks and feature your trumpet soloist! As haunting as it is musical, it's ideal for Halloween concerts but can be programmed anytime throughout the
A tender text, a sweet melody, and warm harmonies come together in this gentle lullaby for SSA choirs. The tessitura is well chosen, allowing your girls to sing in the sweet spot of their voices. Fun fact:
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A real pleasure to hear, this arrangement effectively draws out the natural beauty of this memorable melody. The folk tune that's the basis of this work dates back to 18th century England, and has been
Composed in 1917, the march later adopted as the official song of the United States Army is one of Sousa's most frequently performed titles. It's unique in that it uses a familiar tune for the trio
Create an exhilarating feel-good experience for singers and audiences alike with this bright arrangement of the seasonal classic paired with a clever original melody. The optional accompaniment puts the
What would December concerts be without those familiar tunes that everyone loves to hear during that time of year? Here's a medley of a baker's dozen of some of the most recognized holiday tunes in the
From the Academy-award nominated film, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," this song is as popular as ever judging by the more than 5.5 million views on YouTube. Its message of endless possibilities and
This bright, cheerful piece really sparkles for young and developing voices! Easy to sing, with an optional bells part and kid-friendly lyrics, it will make an excellent holiday concert opener!
Written to celebrate the joys of harvest, this instantly identifiable theme from the third concerto of Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" is a natural for less experienced players. The festive mood created by