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 fantastically fun Christmas feature gives us Jolly Old St. Nicholas in a swing style with vocal jazz elements and slides over a boogie bass. The syncopated choral parts and tasty harmonies
This sparkling contemporary carol from Jay Althouse in 5/4 time is a fresh addition to any winter program! Features an evocative text that speaks to special sights, sounds, and feelings of the holidays.
Did you ever wonder what would happen if Rudolph, Frosty and Suzy threw a giant holiday party? Wonder no longer. This creative mash-up of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman
"Now listen here, Santa, the time has come for equal opportunity!" Finally - Mrs. Claus is ready to take center stage after years of working behind the scenes! A sassy holiday novelty for treble voices
This fast-paced mini-medley is overflowing with holiday merriment! From the rollicking Here We Come A-Caroling and regal Good King Wenceslas to the sweet ballad I Heard the Bells
"Gather round, lend a hand, spread the joy throughout the land. Out of the cold and dark of night, love has come again." A heartfelt holiday love letter to the memories and special feelings that come only
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 fresh take on the ever-popular holiday song could have been called Jazzy Jingle Bells! Syncopated rhythms and tight vocal harmonies permeate this swingin' arrangement. A short scat-singing
A stark fifth in the piano represents a chill in the air and frames the opening of this sensitive setting of the popular Rachel Field poem. Nuanced dynamics, tempi, and phrasing invite expressive singing. A
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Bring out the sentimental side of Christmas with this nostalgic original. A touching text reminisces about many delights during this special time of year. Logical choral writing and an unforgettable hook
This majestic mash-up of Masters in This Hall and We Three Kings of Orient Are includes a joyful new text and optional parts for flute and hand drum. A buoyant 6/8 tempo and minor
A delicate piano accompaniment and a chromatic flute obbligato set the wintry scene for this evocative treble choral with no mention of the holidays. Both the topic and the tessitura are perfect for younger
"How like a winter hath my absence been, like a winter, from thee..." This artful setting of a text by William Shakespeare works equally well as a winter piece or as a secular concert work. Sing the liquid
The text from Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming is set to a wistful Irish folk song in this one-of-a-kind secular Christmas piece. With lovely legato lines and an optional violin part that brings a
This rhythmic rendition of the traditional carol is perfect for show choirs. The funky feel lends itself to choreography, and the notes will be easy to learn. A half-time bridge leads into a key change just
"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
Here's a happy partner song that pairs an original tune with Up on the Housetop, with additional words and music by the arranger, including some fun "fa la la" phrases. It's easy, singable, and
There is a moment of stillness just before snow falls, when the barren earth lies in wait. That point in time is strikingly depicted in this ethereal contemporary choral. An exquisite piano, a soaring
Here's a bright wintertime feature in the spirit of an eastern European snow song. With lively syncopated entrances, tuneful melodies, and independent voice parts, it's just so easy to sing. And, with no
Young and developing choirs can't go wrong when two singable melodies combine and complement each other as well as they do in this inventive arrangement of the traditional Over the River and Through the
This little-known English carol might remind you of God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, but it is not. Evoke a Renaissance atmosphere this December, singing of wassail both as a cordial greeting and as a
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