One secular carol, Kling, Glockchen and one sacred carol, O Du Frohliche (O, Sanctissima) comprise this set. They may be performed separately or as a pair, for a cappella voices.
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This tender Puerto Rican carol has a lilting feel to it and is a perfect addition to Christmas and other seasonal programs. Well crafted for success with younger and developing choirs! Translation and
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
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
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,
Entirely in Spanish, this lively original song for Christmas will shine for your concert. Simple harmony and the use of imitation make this an easy choral work to teach. The adorable message of "Hurry,
Arre Borriquito is a traditional Spanish song that celebrates the Christmas season. The rider encourages the little donkey to "hurry up, we don't want to miss the festival in Bethlehem!" The
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This haunting carol has now been beautifully set for mixed voices. The Huron Carol text stirs new imagery in the mind of both singers and listeners, bringing the Christmas story to life in a new
Inspired by her journeys to Kenya, Lynn Shaw Bailey has penned this original African carol with optional percussion which can be performed in Swahili or English. Though our cultures and languages may
Within his lifetime, Ludwig Senfl composed numerous German lieder, Das Glaut zu Speyer being one of them. One can truly hear the sound of the bells of Speyer as this a cappella arrangement speeds
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