Words from the English carol Good King Wenceslas are set to the melody of Hey, Ho, Nobody Home for a whole new take on the familiar carol. Canonic writing ensures success, and the stately
Three traditional carol favorites are tastefully arranged and tied together with Pachelbel's enduring canon. For added charm, choir members may play sleigh bells during the canon interludes between
This beautiful arrangement pairs Silent Night with an original melody, lending a delightful ambiance to this beloved classic. The flowing piano and cello accompaniments enhance the lyrical melodies
Now available for men's or mixed voices a cappella, this chant-like setting presents the ancient Advent carol with simplicity and authenticity. In Latin throughout, it will transport your audience or
Melodic portions and excerpts from five traditional carols (In Dulci Jubilo; The Holly and the Ivy; The First Noel; Infant Holy Infant Lowly and Song of the
Twenty-three familiar holiday songs in three minutes! For extra fun, you can involve your audience in counting the tunes as they fly by. Your students can even hold up numbered signs every time a different
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The haunting melody of the Coventry Carol is paired with original music set to the words of the traditional spiritual What You Gonna Call Your Pretty Little Baby. This artful and
What a lovely setting of the traditional Italian carol! Middle school and early high school women's choirs will shine when they sing this, and so will church choirs. The text is in Italian, then English,
Easy and absolutely beautiful for men's a cappella voices, this setting of the beloved Latin text is not to be missed! Whatever the level of your male ensemble, it will showcase your voices in fine style.
If you're looking for the perfect arrangements to use for both caroling and concert, look no further! Perform Deck the Hall and We Three Kings a cappella or with piano, in
The tender questions of childlike wonder embrace the events of that miraculous night in Bethlehem. Written for two-part voices, this touching carol can be sung by women's ensembles as well as
Lloyd Larson's thrilling setting of Angels We Have Heard on High will have everyone singing "Gloria!" Fitting for school or church use, the combination of singable vocal lines, a persistently
This arrangement of the traditional French carol is a great confidence builder for young choirs, with bold vocal lines, well-crafted harmonies and optional percussion that can be performed by the
This lovely Christmas piece introduces a beautiful yet simple melody that is surrounded by keyboard, optional handbells, and obbligato C-instrument accompaniment. Orchestration is also available. The warm
Here's as easy introduction to part singing for young voices. It's the familiar tune O Waly, Waly, also known as The Water Is Wide, set to original lyrics: "A tiny child was born this
What a great way to feature the gentlemen of your middle school, junior high or high school chorus! Your guys get to imitate the sound of a swinging, walking string bass as they lay the foundation for the
This accessible setting of the traditional English carol provides many opportunities for Part 2 to sing the melody. Strophic in nature, the arrangement features varied textures in each verse, and is truly
Pianists will instantly recognize Clementi's Prelude in D minor, and now choral singers can share in the beauty of his music during the Christmas season. Ingenious composer Ruth Morris Gray adds
Angels sing, "Gloria in excelsis" and a star shines over the stable in Bethlehem. The Nativity is celebrated in this lovely original work, especially good for beginning SSA choirs. Well-crafted vocal
Peace on earth and peace within are the themes of this popular Swedish Christmas song, arranged here with English lyrics and flute obbligato. Easily-learned with a minimum of rehearsal, this selection will
When sung by children, this exceptional partner song teaches vocal independence; when performed by more mature voices, the artistic arrangement yields many musical moments. The pairing of Away in a
This lightly syncopated original tune is effectively paired with the familiar words of Away in a Manger, and the result is easy to sing and easy to like! Add the optional percussion to enhance the
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