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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
It's Jingle Bells and it's The Nutcracker, and it's incredible! This amazingly creative arrangement is an absolute "must" for choirs at all levels. Festive frivolity abounds! Highly
It's a Christmas song for the selfie generation! The vocal group Straight No Chaser teamed up with actor/singer Kristen Bell for this cute number that will be a fantastic holiday novelty for your choir! It
This hilarious send-up spoofs the usual gifts presented in The Twelve Days of Christmas: "eight ugly sweaters, seven pink flamingos, six Hawaiian shirts." The parody text provides lots of
Here's a jazz novelty song recorded by Ella Fitzgerald in the '50s that's filled to the brim with sass and style! Perfect for a winter concert, dinner theater fundraiser or any time you want to share a
This clever novelty piece addresses the fact that so many holiday songs feature "Fa la la" choruses and pleads for the audience to sing about anything else by suggesting a multitude of other holiday themes
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
The words of Jingle Bells are set to Mozart's Rondo alla Turca in this innovative novelty, and the result is fabulous! Your audience will enjoy catching the rapid text as the familiar,
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