This accessible setting of the traditional English carol provides many opportunities for Part 2 to sing the melody. Strophic in nature, the arrangement features varied textures in each verse, and is truly
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Your centerpiece Christmas setting has arrived! This Dan Forrest arrangement of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing has everything you need. It is arranged for SATB voices (also SSAA and TTBB) and
Now available in mixed and men's voicings is this calypso-flavored treatment of the familiar English carol with a fa-la-la chorus, fresh harmonies and a cool bass line! Festive!
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This accessible carol arrangement for young male voices has a charming, lilting Celtic feel, especially with the penny whistle/recorder obbligato, providing a wonderful opportunity for your guys to develop
Opening with vocal "droons" and whistles, this setting of the traditional English carol breathes new life into a beloved melody. With a rhythmic jig-like piano accompaniment, this festive arrangement is
A cappella choirs will enjoy this ethereal arrangement of the traditional Christmas carol. The melody is easily identifiable throughout, and a quiet energy makes it an exciting setting. Available for mixed,
Discover the carols hidden in the fabric of this beautiful setting of Gustav Holst's well-known Christmas work. In addition to the allusions to other carols, the fluid vocal parts feature virtually every
This strophic setting, based on an ancient Advent play, depicts each of the three Magi in the bass, baritone and tenor sections, respectively. Effective as a processional, but also successful when performed
From the Barbershop Harmony Society, a four-part a cappella arrangement of the ancient and beautiful plainsong melody.
The special magic of this wonderful Christmas song comes to life in Mark Hayes' superb arrangement! All the simplicity and innocence of the original shine through the rich choral textures and soaring
This robust, imitative, and stylistically appropriate arrangement of a popular carol is well-suited to men's voices. With mostly two-part writing throughout, this accessible, but full-sounding classic would
Noel Nouvelet is a rhythmic and dynamic arrangement of the traditional French carol by Swedish composer Sofia Soderberg. With contrasts of homophony and polyphony with the melody bouncing between
This powerful setting of a Christmas classic is sure to become a favorite. Scored for SATB chorus, piano duet and optional string quartet, the strong legato chorus is driven by the marcato
Easy and absolutely beautiful for men's a cappella voices, this setting of the beloved Latin text is not to be missed! Whatever the level of your male ensemble, it will showcase your voices in fine style.
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 fast-paced, energetic and joyful pairing of Pat-a-Pan and Sing We Now of Christmas is enhanced by both flute and percussion. Available in five voicings to meet the needs of most any
This charming a cappella setting of the familiar carol has a bright, rhythmic ostinato pattern that moves between the sections of the choir. The Christmas story is told from the perspective of shepherds
A joyous setting for SATB choir and piano four-hands, full of the excitement and anticipation of the Lord's coming. Perfect for Advent services or school concerts.
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