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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.
This spectacular salute to America is a dynamic affirmation of patriotic fervor. A medley of ten patriotic tunes, it is a perfect closer for concerts during the year or for any patriotic occasion. Tunes
Bring an international flair to your holiday program with this joyous three-minute medley of four French carols. An IPA pronunciation guide is included for the few foreign words, and a festive concert band
With an energetic setting and a traditional Latin text, this piece is an ideal opening selection for concerts, festivals, or services. Different melodic themes overlay as countermelodies to build and
Creative piano parts set the mood for this set of three well-known spirituals that can be easily learned by developing choirs. Each spiritual - Oh, Won't You Sit Down?; Deep River with
Inspired by the spontaneous ceasefire that occurred on many battle lines on the first Christmas Eve during World War I, this piece lives in a moment when the world was at peace. Accounts tell us that carols
The gentle pentatonic melody of this popular Japanese song is supported by a koto-like keyboard accompaniment, flute and finger cymbals, all of which add a wonderful dimension of color. "Sakura" is the
Take a winding journey down the river, riding on the buoyant notes of the flowing piano part. This uplifting nature-inspired choral will move choirs to sound their very best. Equally delightful to sing and
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
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!
Here's a novelty number that's perfect for Halloween. "Just as eyelids start to close, just as you begin to doze, there in the hall a resounding thump, things that go bump in the night..." Douglas Wagner's
Here's a traditional spiritual that is an ideal choice for beginning harmony singers. The gently flowing setting has accessible ranges and simple harmonic patterns that are quick to learn and easy to hold.
There will be smiles all around when your kids embrace this lighthearted ditty-made-more. Doug's happy arrangement is a breeze with its catchy counterlines, repetitive refrain, and partner song pairing.
This piece captures the curious sense of wonder of Winnie-the-Pooh author A.A. Milne. Written lyrically and simply, two-part voices of any age will appreciate the whimsy of the wind.
This exciting, Broadway show-style opener will immediately grab your audience's attention and get them into the spirit of the season. Add in easy vocal parts and an upbeat, very Christmassy accompaniment
"The woods are lovely, dark and deep, but I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep." The iconic Robert Frost poem is set to the familiar British folk tune O Waly Waly, and the result
This original, based on a traditional Spanish carol, is nice and easy, scored for voices mostly in unison with piano, optional flutes, shaker, claves and triangle (available from the publisher's website).