Who doesn't love Jingle Bells? Make it even better by adding new original material in a partner song setting that is easy to learn and entertaining to perform. This is sure to be a hit at your
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
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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.
Irving Berlin's classic song is presented here in a gentle, sweet groove with simple jazz vocals and soft rhythm. Beginning with an easy vocal riff, the familiar melody is accompanied by refreshed chords
This is not the traditional melody of I Saw Three Ships, but it's so delightful, it's unforgettable! The traditional words are refreshed in their new musical context, making for a bright, happy
This lovely, singable setting of an Austrian and a Czech carol, with original words by the arranger, is perfect for young treble choirs. Simple, gentle elegance flows throughout the piece as Rocking
"Icicles hanging, snowflakes falling, sparkling, shimmering, all around. Winter wonderland, hear it calling. Welcome now, the holiday..." This original a cappella work is the perfect opener or processional
The popular carol Good People All Rejoice (In Dulci Jubilo) is surrounded by delightful original words and music, creating a truly festive atmosphere for your Christmas concert. This energetic,
With a touch of Spanish rhythm and style, this original piece includes parts for claves and maracas. Join the fiesta with various Spanish phrases, such as "Feliz Navidad, and sing about opening
"Tonight on Christmas Eve I thought I'd play a trick. I waited on the rooftop for jolly old Saint Nick..." The traditional holiday song Up on the Housetop takes on a new spin in this bright
"When winter's twilight dims the day, December's moon is on its way, to show a wondrous winter night beneath its mystic silver light." You won't find a lovelier winterscape piece than this one. Set in
When it comes to writing upbeat holiday songs that are fun the sing, no one does it better than Mary Donnelly and George Strid. Your young singers are guaranteed to enjoy this happy tribute to the season.
How can you lose, with this classic holiday marching song... and kazoos? It's an easy novelty arrangement that sparkles with all the fun of the season. Your young singers will want to sing it - and play it
Deck the Hall is partnered here with a bright, original song to celebrate the holiday season. The original lyrics set up a festive scene of snow, caroling, and gathering together friends and
Weaving the colors and sparkle of the season throughout, this terrific medley of eight popular carols is just what you want for your holiday concert! Included are: Here We Come a-Caroling; Jingle Bells;
A fabulous new find for the holidays! This favorite and familiar tune is crafted as a jazzy a cappella work that is creative and musically rich with diverse vocals. And let's not forget the optional high
New words and original music add to the melody from Henry Purcell's spirited "Sing for Joy" to create a perfect opening holiday choral work. Unison singing introduces the melody, which develops into
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