This inventive piece celebrates our Savior's birth in a joyful and reverent way by embellishing the music with rhythm instruments such as conga drum, claves, triangle, and bass. The middle section serves as
This gentle, lilting piece contains solo and unison passages during the beginning and middle sections and two-part passages during the ending section. Hebrew text dominates, with a few passages in English.
What a find! This traditional Spanish Christmas carol sung in English works beautifully with a cappella voices. Finger cymbals, tambourine, and bongos add a zesty accompaniment to voice parts that are
This colorfully scored medley of three traditional Spanish carols: A la Nanita Nana, El Cant dels Ocells and Riu, Riu, Chiu capture the vibrancy of rich Spanish heritage with tempos that
This arrangement of the well known Latin American carol from Los Pastores ("The Shepherds") is well written, suitable, and very accessible for any male ensemble. The accompaniment is both cute and
This arrangement of a Scottish lullaby features a beautiful melodic line and wonderful harmonic moments. The text is in English with Gaelic subtext, and an accessible pronunciation guide is included.
The gorgeous Spanish lullaby A la Nanita Nana is paired with a new melody in this creative partner song. This piece may be performed in Spanish or English and includes a pronunciation guide. Use
Taken from a collection of Christmas music, this song continues a centuries-long tradition of placing the Christmas story in a local Latin American context - in this case, the Cuban countryside. Piano,
Add some multicultural flair to your holiday concert with this lively arrangement of the Puerto Rican carol. The playful "la la" section and syncopated verses are extra fun with the addition of hand claps
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This is a very refreshing cultural-musical experience for the holidays! Kum Ba Ya has a new English text, and is a perfect fit with the chant-like motives in Swahili. When the accompaniment drops
Limited ranges, repeated sections, and creative choral arranging ensure success with this Victor Johnson favorite. This long-time bestseller features percussion parts for sticks, shaker, bongo or African
This original, based on a traditional Spanish carol, is nice and easy, scored for voices mostly in unison with piano, optional flutes, shaker, claves and triangle (available from the publisher's website).
This hauntingly beautiful arrangement features the gentle feel of a lullaby and an interesting mixture of major and minor modes. Adapted and translated from the traditional carol, it alternates between
This adaptation of Lynn Shaw Bailey's Twende Bethlehemu affords developing two-part ensembles the opportunity to sing English and Swahili text. "Let's go together, friend, let's go to Bethlehem."
This arrangement of a lovely French carol may be performed in French or English. With canonic-like imitation throughout, this is a sensitive, haunting, beautiful carol, a programming must for holiday
Andre Thomas is a master at the spiritual form, and his skill is clearly evident in this gem! Easy to sing tonally, but with divisi voices, the layers of sound and the constant rhythmic patterns add
Bring an international flair to your holiday program with this joyous three-minute medley of four French carols. An IPA pronunciation guide is included for the few foreign words, and a festive concert band
This vibrantly rhythmic and percussive setting of the traditional Spanish tune is all decked out with a new English text and is absolutely infectious. The original Spanish is offered as a performance
This lovely arrangement of a Bolivian lullaby features easy Spanish text, with English translation. Elegant in its simplicity, with lyrical melodic lines and supportive accompaniment, this is very sweet for
Inspired by her journeys to Kenya, Lynn Shaw Bailey has penned this original African carol with optional percussion which can be performed in Swahili or English. Though our cultures and languages may
A La Nanita Nana and Coventry Carol sing one after another in this gentle choral setting. The piano rocks sweetly below the lilting text, creating a unique pairing of the familiar carols.
Painting the scene of a cold and windy December night and the birth of the Christ-child, or "Rose," this Catalonian carol is set for young male voices using first the Catalan language, then English.
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