"Now listen here, Santa, the time has come for equal opportunity!" Finally - Mrs. Claus is ready to take center stage after years of working behind the scenes! A sassy holiday novelty for treble voices
This novel holiday original tips its hat to Deck the Hall in an energetic round. "Sleigh bells ring-a-ling, people sing-a-ling, fam'ly mingling all a-glow! Time to decorate, time to celebrate,
"Just feel that frosty air! Everywhere the cheerful faces lean into the glow of a four-inch screen." This novel holiday song, particularly suited for show choirs, expresses in a cute and jazzy way how
The well-known holiday favorite with a slightly different twist. In the style of Take 5, this arrangement is the perfect vehicle for a younger choir to experiment with meter. Fun scat-like
This easy-to-learn holiday novelty piece has a unique twist: choir and audience members can download a free sleigh-bell app to use throughout the song as the jingling bells! The piece includes nods to
Join the fun of the season with this hilarious set of five brief movements, each of which is a parody on a familiar classic by Tchaikovsky or Mozart. These colorful arrangements by Cliff Duren, with fun new
The words of Jingle Bells are set to Mozart's Rondo alla Turca in this innovative novelty, and the result is fabulous! Your audience will enjoy catching the rapid text as the familiar,
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This hilarious send-up spoofs the usual gifts presented in The Twelve Days of Christmas: "eight ugly sweaters, seven pink flamingos, six Hawaiian shirts." The parody text provides lots of
It's all about baking Christmas cookies, and making sure to leave some for Santa. Written in a 1940s swing style, this choral confection is chock full of accessible harmonies, with lots of built-in
You know this Christmas carol, but you've never heard it like this before! Funky is the word, with a rhythmic "Doo ba doo doot" motive in the bass that lays the foundation for a solo or small group lead
Grab your shopping bag, credit card, and a handful of cash for this fun-filled holiday novelty number about a one-day shopping spree! A brief ballad introduction leads to a rockin' 1960s-inspired verse and
Quoting brief phrases from thirteen traditional Christmas songs, such as Good King Wenceslas; We Three Kings; Jingle Bells and The Hallelujah Chorus, this clever medley weaves musical
Finger snaps, great vocal effects, and kid-friendly lyrics make this a very special holiday novelty piece for young choirs! Complete with on-stage coughing, sneezing, and optional choreography, this is a
Incorporating the traditional Spanish carol Fum, Fum, Fum, this incredibly creative piece also features a contrasting, madrigalesque "fa la la" middle section and a festive original text about the
Did you know the North Pole has a marching band? That's right, and Santa's the director! Who's on the roster? Elves, reindeer, and even Mrs. C! As this clever partner song unfolds, we sing about the whole
It's a rock n' roll party from start to finish as we wait to hear from the weatherman and the school principal before celebrating the good news: "It's a snow day!" The echo format and basic harmonies allow
This fun novelty piece has been a favorite of choirs around the world for 50 years! To celebrate its anniversary, it is now available in five newly engraved voicings, a whimsical recorded accompaniment, and
Get out your bobby socks and saddle shoes for this 1950s-style reimagining of Deck the Hall with a brand-new melody. The classic doo-wop harmonies and rock n' roll groove are easy to grasp and sure
Mark Weston seamlessly weaves together twelve well-known songs of the season in this perfect program finale. Easily learned vocal parts balance the musical variety, and the colorful synth-track
This clever novelty piece addresses the fact that so many holiday songs feature "Fa la la" choruses and pleads for the audience to sing about anything else by suggesting a multitude of other holiday themes
In this delightful holiday song, a little donkey helps Santa Claus bring presents to children in Italy. Various Italian words and expressions are used throughout, with easy part writing and plenty of
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