A delightful original Christmas piece that heralds the coming of the season for developing mixed choirs.
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A warm and inviting secular winter song about looking back on treasured winter memories and family experiences of past Decembers with a hopeful eye toward creating new and lasting memories this year.
Best used as a concert opener, this buoyant piece may be sung from the risers or as a processional. Based on a Welsh folk song, it may be performed all year, or with the alternate lyrics for holiday
This whirlwind setting of the dance-like French carol will fill your performance venue with a spirit of festive joy! The familiar melody is surrounded with rhythmic harmonies that are ideal for a cappella
Colorful contrasts and vocal feats over a dazzling piano accompaniment are displayed in this festive arrangement of the traditional English carol for men's chorus edited by Tim Seelig. Opportunities for
This fantastically fun Christmas feature gives us Jolly Old St. Nicholas in a swing style with vocal jazz elements and slides over a boogie bass. The syncopated choral parts and tasty harmonies
Did you ever wonder what would happen if Rudolph, Frosty and Suzy threw a giant holiday party? Wonder no longer. This creative mash-up of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman
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
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 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
Brimming with rhythmic energy, this arrangement is a fresh new take on a holiday favorite. With a charming melodic motif in the piano accompaniment and entertaining extras between the verses, each verse is
A beautiful selection for holiday concerts doubling as a terrific teaching piece for mixed meter, this arrangement also features accessible vocal parts and a lilting, playable accompaniment. This festive
This very cool original is a masterpiece of vocal layering, a "sound experience" for a cappella voices as bells. All voices sing together in the middle section before returning to vocalized bell effects.
"There will be rest, and sure stars shining over the rooftops crowned with snow, a reign of rest, serene forgetting, the music of stillness holy and low." This masterful setting of Sara Teasdale's
Opening with a lush, a cappella vocal jazz setting, this piece moves into an accompanied jazz ballad style with a truly reimagined harmony. The perfect setting for new beginnings, graduations and, of
This arrangement captures the spirit and the pomp of the traditional processional where the highly decorated dishes of the Christmas feast were presented with song and the great platter on which rested the
A joyous setting of the traditional French carol with a new English text and original melodic material cleverly woven in between the traditional stanzas. A supportive piano accompaniment provides rhythmic
"Come sit by the fire and share stories of old, bright visions of time and of wonders we're told." Written to evoke the feeling of a simple, old-fashioned holiday carol or hymn, this brief two-verse tune
This text by the Wedderburns is best known from Benjamin Britten's timeless A Ceremony of Carols. This lovely new setting serves as a manger lullaby, with the soprano soloist representing Mary.
A beautiful secular winter song perfect for December choir concerts, this tender lullaby contrasts wintery scenes with tender, nurturing feelings of warmth and love. Additional string orchestra parts heard
You'll be laughing all the way with this fresh winter showpiece that is great fun for mixed, treble, or men’s choirs! The keyboard part is dazzling, the vocal parts are definitely "rollicking" and the
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