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This fine arrangement in the Contemporary A Cappella series will display your choir's musicianship beautifully at Christmas.
This thrilling carol arrangement begins with a hush and builds in momentum, invoking images of the angel hosts gathering into a multitude to announce Jesus' birth. With just a few
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This very cool original is a masterpiece of vocal layering, a "sound experience" for a cappella voices as bells. All voices sing together in the middle section before returning to vocalized bell effects.
Recently celebrating its 50th year in print, this breathtaking choral essay is simply one of the finest choices for Advent or general services with a text based on Revelations 22. Conceived for a
Dan Forrest's setting of this beloved carol takes a wonder-filled, reflective gaze inside the stable in Bethlehem. The anthem takes its time to savor the beauty and meaning of the scene and to communicate
From Piae Cantiones, this setting of Gaudete! is in a progressive style, yet well suited to the medieval melody. Its energy is derived from the accented rhythms and dance-like percussive
Now available in mixed and men's voicings is this calypso-flavored treatment of the familiar English carol with a fa-la-la chorus, fresh harmonies and a cool bass line! Festive!
A cappella choirs will enjoy this ethereal arrangement of the traditional Christmas carol. The melody is easily identifiable throughout, and a quiet energy makes it an exciting setting. Available for mixed,
You'll be laughing all the way with this fresh winter showpiece that is great fun for mixed, treble, or men’s choirs! The keyboard part is dazzling, the vocal parts are definitely "rollicking" and the
For choirs up to the challenge, this exciting setting of the popular Christmas song features extensive divisi and dynamic range.
This powerful setting of a Christmas classic is sure to become a favorite. Scored for SATB chorus, piano duet and optional string quartet, the strong legato chorus is driven by the marcato
This choral classic, first published in 1926, is still going strong! No choral library is complete without it!
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