This Elvis-style arrangement of the holiday pop classic - with kazoos - is irresistible! It's the perfect way to add a little humor and a whole lot of fun to your holiday performance. Now available in TTB,
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This jazzy choral arrangement of a classic holiday song is warm and inviting. A lovely piano accompaniment and colorful vocal writing with a few harmonic nuances add sparkle to the traditional melody. This
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"Chestnuts roasting on an open fire..." This holiday classic was a signature song for Nat King Cole, and it's simply one of the most famous and favorite Christmas songs of all time! Mark Hayes' lush
"And this Christmas will be a very special Christmas for me..." This modern holiday standard has been covered by a wide range of artists. Here it's set with a steady a cappella vocal groove worthy of any
Molly Ijames has done a wonderful job with this setting of the pop holiday classic! For a cappella voices (with optional piano reduction), it brings out all the beautiful sparkle of the jazzy harmonies.
The special magic of this wonderful Christmas song comes to life in Mark Hayes' superb arrangement! All the simplicity and innocence of the original shine through the rich choral textures and soaring
Developing treble or men's choirs will love to perform this nostalgic holiday standard from an earlier era! With a gentle country feel throughout, and solo opportunities for your singers, this selection
If you're looking for a big, impressive feature number for the holidays, consider this showstopper, which was first performed by Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians. Now you can sing this new arrangement with
Mixed and men's groups will love this rock 'n' roll holiday classic, made famous by Chuck Berry and more recently by country artist Luke Bryan. A fun choral arrangement - great for featuring a guitar solo
Artists from Aretha Franklin to Barbra Streisand have covered this moving musical letter to Santa Claus, but it is still most frequently associated with Amy Grant's 1992 recording. Mark's richly
Straight out of the hip and swinging 1960s, here's a sparkling setting of the favorite holiday tune for choirs in four parts! First featured on The Andy Williams Christmas Album, and recorded by a myriad of
Originally written for and premiered by Frank Sinatra as the B-side of his White Christmas recording, this holiday favorite has been covered by more than forty artists, including Rosemary Clooney, Tony
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