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
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
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 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).
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
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
Rhythmic flair and fun fill this Spanish folk song. Partner-style singing with both Spanish and English text and optional rhythm instruments create a piece for the holidays that is full of musical teaching
Add some rhythm and energy to the holiday season with this popular Latin-American Christmas song by Venezuelan musician and composer Hugo Blanco. Arranged by David Giardiniere for easy two-part singing,
The catchy introduction hooks you right away, and the Latin groove seals the deal! There are only a handful of Spanish words, making it a cinch for developing choirs to sing this multicultural Christmas
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