Add some multicultural flair to your holiday concert with this lively arrangement of the Puerto Rican carol. The playful "la la" section and syncopated verses are extra fun with the addition of hand claps
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Bring each section of the choir down a different aisle to add a theatrical element to the opening of your program and highlight the antiphonal qualities of this piece. Built upon three accessible parts in
Your choir will shine on this traditionally styled original a cappella spiritual. It opens with unison male voices, adds a female countermelody, expands into fresh four-part harmony, and builds with
This rip-roaring, country-style holiday novelty number celebrates the Clark Griswold in all of us! How many outdoor decorations do YOU hang for the holiday season? Accessible two-part choral writing makes
This is a very refreshing cultural-musical experience for the holidays! Kum Ba Ya has a new English text, and is a perfect fit with the chant-like motives in Swahili. When the accompaniment drops
Here is an easy processional - a stately three-part canon with madrigal-style counterpoint. Festive flute and hand drum parts add a Renaissance touch to this piece, which has only twelve bars of singing to
Originally written for and premiered by Frank Sinatra as the B-side of his White Christmas recording, this holiday favorite has been covered by more than forty artists, including Rosemary Clooney, Tony
Memories of winter, family and friends are recalled in this poignant, tender ballad from Idina Menzel's Holiday Wishes CD. Highly effective for both holiday and winter programs, this is very sweet. "...sing
A festival arrangement of the traditional carol that is sure to impress. This reimagined classic features colorful harmonies, vibrant rhythms, theme-and-variations surprises, and a fantastic accompaniment
This glorious processional will create an impressive opening to your holiday concert. The modal harmonies and open intervals are not difficult to sing, but capture the sound of the season. And a light
This fun novelty piece has been a favorite of choirs around the world for 50 years! To celebrate its anniversary, it is now available in five newly engraved voicings, a whimsical recorded accompaniment, and
Artists from Aretha Franklin to Barbra Streisand have covered this moving musical letter to Santa Claus, but it is still most frequently associated with Amy Grant's 1992 recording. Mark's richly
Molly Ijames has done a wonderful job with this setting of the pop holiday classic! For a cappella voices (with optional piano reduction), it brings out all the beautiful sparkle of the jazzy harmonies.
This fresh arrangement treats the traditional English carol like a contemporary theater piece. You may recognize the words and the tune, but you'll hear the meaning for the very first time, and Longfellow's
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