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
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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
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What a great way to feature the gentlemen of your middle school, junior high or high school chorus! Your guys get to imitate the sound of a swinging, walking string bass as they lay the foundation for the
"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 horse is literally dancing across the snow in this crazy, mixed-up, mixed-meter, fun arrangement of Jingle Bells! At first, the words are the same as the ones we all know, then... "The melody's
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,
It's Jingle Bells and it's The Nutcracker, and it's incredible! This amazingly creative arrangement is an absolute "must" for choirs at all levels. Festive frivolity abounds! Highly
This is incredible! Overture, Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, Russian Dance, Trepak, Dance of the Reed Flutes and Waltz of the Flowers are all sung to original words that tell the story of
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
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
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