Limited ranges, repeated sections, and creative choral arranging ensure success with this Victor Johnson favorite. This long-time bestseller features percussion parts for sticks, shaker, bongo or African
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This lovely arrangement of a Bolivian lullaby features easy Spanish text, with English translation. Elegant in its simplicity, with lyrical melodic lines and supportive accompaniment, this is very sweet for
Add some rhythm and energy to the holiday season with this popular Latin-American Christmas song by Venezuelan musician and composer Hugo Blanco. Arranged by David Giardiniere for easy two-part singing,
Entirely in Spanish, this lively original song for Christmas will shine for your concert. Simple harmony and the use of imitation make this an easy choral work to teach. The adorable message of "Hurry,
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
This tender Puerto Rican carol has a lilting feel to it and is a perfect addition to Christmas and other seasonal programs. Well crafted for success with younger and developing choirs! Translation and
A La Nanita Nana and Coventry Carol sing one after another in this gentle choral setting. The piano rocks sweetly below the lilting text, creating a unique pairing of the familiar carols.
Painting the scene of a cold and windy December night and the birth of the Christ-child, or "Rose," this Catalonian carol is set for young male voices using first the Catalan language, then English.
This traditional song from Puerto Rico, spiritedly arranged by Cristian Grases, is usually sung at Christmas time. A group of singers would knock on the door of a neighbor or friend’s house and ask
The innocent beauty of this folk tune adaptation will captivate you from the very first note. Presented with care, this exquisite berceuse for the Christ Child gives a melodic chronicle of the nativity
The catchy introduction hooks you right away, and the Latin groove seals the deal! There are only a handful of Spanish words, making it a cinch for developing choirs to sing this multicultural Christmas
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