Even your youngest singers can enjoy Carol of the Bells with this sparkling arrangement for treble or mixed voices with piano accompaniment. The unison version includes optional glockenspiel or
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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"In the glow of candlelight, all of the world comes together tonight..." A musical reflection on the candle as a symbol of peace, this simple, elegant selection is appropriate for choirs of all ages, at any
Wonder... oh, the gentle wonder of softly falling snowflakes and the beauty that they create as they fall on sidewalks, housetops and in the trees! Memorable melodies abound in this fresh winter showpiece
This brief, concise arrangement seamlessly strings together six carol favorites featuring various twists on meter and style while maintaining accessibility. It is perfect as a festive opener or closer that
The traditional carol receives a spirited treatment in this easily learned arrangement for younger choirs. Optional handbells or hand chimes add sparkle to your holiday programming! Highly
A beautiful secular winter song perfect for December choir concerts, this tender lullaby contrasts wintery scenes with tender, nurturing feelings of warmth and love. Additional string orchestra parts heard
Begin with one voice and build to many as you use the candle as a symbol of peace and enduring traditions. "For, with the candle glow, we celebrate the season. So all the world will know the special
Take a walk through the silent, gentle snow and engage your singers in the delightful imagery of this charming winter piece. The memorable vocal parts are paired with an accompaniment of equal importance,
Inspired by the familiar spiritual, this bright, cheery holiday original shares a marvelous message of peace and goodwill. With ample unison lines, this piece is a snap to learn and the ranges are very
This lovely, singable setting of an Austrian and a Czech carol, with original words by the arranger, is perfect for young treble choirs. Simple, gentle elegance flows throughout the piece as Rocking
This bright, cheerful piece really sparkles for young and developing voices! Easy to sing, with an optional bells part and kid-friendly lyrics, it will make an excellent holiday concert opener!
Lure your audiences into the holiday spirit with this bright and festive original which cleverly incorporates snippets of the seasonal favorites Deck the Hall and Jingle Bells. The limited
Capturing the anticipation and excitement of the first snowfall of the season, this gleeful song is perfect for choirs who are just beginning to experience the joy of part-singing. The inspired writing
This well-crafted, gentle original creates a beautiful feeling of the hushed wonder of a first snow in winter. Younger singers will develop important choral skills of phrasing, dynamic contrast and tone
Sung in unison, two, three, and eventually four-part round, this beautiful melody was penned by sixteenth century master of polyphony Thomas Tallis. An excellent teaching piece, the lyrical tune, set with
Here's a warm, wintertime ballad with no mention of the holidays. A dreamy text longs for snow and captures the delight of making snow angels. Delicate and independent voice parts overlap throughout, with
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