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Your choir will enjoy this novel arrangement of a popular Ukrainian melody, an entertaining and exciting performance piece for any winter concert. Sleigh bells "jingle" in the voice parts as well as
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
A la Media Noche; Deck the Hall and Noel Nouvelet represent three nationalities in this bright medley. With a quick-moving pace and pulse in two, the first "fa la la" establishes
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.
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 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
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."
"Gloria in excelsis deo" is a text we hear most often at Christmas time, but this unique setting can be done throughout the year. It successfully captures the spirit and joy of the South African
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