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
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.
Known for its simplistic beauty, this melody is supported by a simple but beautiful harmonization.
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
In this jubilant new treatment, we hear four less-common carols: The Holly and the Ivy; Good Christian Men Rejoice; Sussex Carol and Rejoice and Be Merry. The medleys are sensitively
Featuring a "guest soloist" playing smart phone or tablet, this one is fun as well as beautifully stirring! Gorgeous string parts intertwine with the simple bell part; invite an administrator to play
As seen in the mind-boggling Trans-Siberian Orchestra stage show, this thought-provoking medley of Christmas tunes describes a lone cellist playing Christmas carols in the midst of the Bosnian war. The
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