Developing choirs will enjoy this joyful Hanukkah celebration. Accessible and well crafted, this setting has an energetic drive - and the hand percussion will add plenty of sparkle!
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With three combinable melodies, a contrasting B section, and crisp percussion patterns, this will give you all you need for a bright Hanukkah showcase! Accessible and easily adapted to a variety of
Celebrate Hanukkah with this energetic Hebrew folk song arranged for every age level. The spirited story of brave Maccabeus is told in English and Hebrew, with a lively accompaniment that helps to create
"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
The optional part for clarinet adds a lot to the ethnic flavor of this joyful original. "Hanukkah makes you feel something real in your heart..."
This joyous celebration of Hanukkah is a unique multicultural offering for your December concert. The melodic repetition minimizes rehearsal time, while the upbeat melodies and driving rhythms will engage
Celebrate Hanukkah, also known as the Feast of Dedication, is set as an up-tempo, rhythmic and fun tribute to the special Jewish Holiday. While the clarinet is optional, if used, it adds an extra
From the Barbershop Harmony Society, a four-part a cappella arrangement of the traditional Hanukkah song S'Vivon (Dreidl Spin).
A beautiful opening melody sets the stage for this exciting rhythmic piece that celebrates Hanukkah. In a traditional style, but with an new text and melody, this original piece is a welcome addition to any
Three Pieces for Chanukah is not so much a set of arrangements of familiar words and tunes as it is a set of original compositions based on them. The second setting features a jazz-influenced,
Three Pieces for Chanukah is not so much a set of arrangements of familiar words and tunes as it is a set of original compositions based on them. The mood of the third setting is extremely upbeat;
Three Pieces for Chanukah is not so much a set of arrangements of familiar words and tunes as it is a set of original compositions based on them. The first piece, Oh, Chanukah/Y'meit
This music captures the sense of joy and celebration, the triumph of light over darkness, of purity over adulteration, of spirituality over materiality in both the words and the music. A fun, energetic, and
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