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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Bring each section of the choir down a different aisle to add a theatrical element to the opening of your program and highlight the antiphonal qualities of this piece. Built upon three accessible parts in
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
"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
Winter words are a perfect fit for this popular Ukrainian folk tune, as we sing about bundling up, sledding over hills and valleys, and dashing through snow-covered trees. The introduction and a brief
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
This beautiful ballad is the theme song of "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York." Using just the piano for accompaniment, this setting is charming in its simplicity. Highly recommended!
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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
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 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
This clever medley features five different pop styles with five popular holiday songs: Jolly Old Saint Nicholas (swing); Deck the Hall (doo-wop); Up on the Housetop (Motown);
"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
This fresh arrangement treats the traditional English carol like a contemporary theater piece. You may recognize the words and the tune, but you'll hear the meaning for the very first time, and Longfellow's
Amy Bernon's imaginative style is fully evident in this charming winter piece for younger groups. Singers will explore varied musical styles as the text considers different kinds of songs the snow might
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
Santa Claus has never sounded funkier! Hip and hot, it's hard to believe this is a carol from the 1800s. Designed for choirs of any age to bring the house down as they sing, and maybe dance, this perky,
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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