Each of the 12 days brings a snippet from a different holiday tune in this fun arrangement that uses the easy keys of G and D. As the days are added, it becomes a fun-filled challenge. Surprise comes on the
Celebrate the holiday season with this fiery and exciting traditional Puerto Rican carol. This very playable arrangement is a perfect concert opener or closer that will have your audiences dancing in the
Opening with an unaccompanied solo set for any instrument, this beautiful arrangement weaves Angels We Have Heard on High with Once in Royal David's City to create a breathtaking
Warm, nostalgic emotions mean this selection is an enduring favorite. This arrangement repeats the melody several times over harmonic variations, creating a perfect concert piece or sing-along.
A beautiful new setting that combines both of the Christmas carols with the same name into one complete arrangement. This is an exceptionally colorful arrangement of these beautiful carols, with flowing
This is the "other" version of Away in a Manger, the beloved Christmas carol, written by William J. Kirkpatrick. It features a string quartet within the orchestra, and its haunting beauty is
This beautiful ballad from "The Polar Express" makes a wonderful addition to your performance library. Lots of doublings and unisons will give your young players the confidence they need to play this in
Imagine four soloists playing eight Boomwhackers on the heads of eight brave audience members. That's the scenario of this hilarious show-stopper. Includes: Jingle Bells; Good King Wenceslas and
Carol of the Bells Variant for string orchestra is an interesting adaptation of the popular Christmas classic. The opening three-note ostinato is presented in 4/4 time and immediately sets the tone
Make your holiday concert sparkle with this terrific arrangement called Chant de Noel, based on the popular Christmas carol Sing We Now of Christmas. Varying textures and colorful
Your students will love playing this selection from Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker." The Chinese Dance comes from Act II of the ballet, where Clara and the Prince travel to the Land of Sweets that is
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