Limited ranges, repeated sections, and creative choral arranging ensure success with this Victor Johnson favorite. This long-time bestseller features percussion parts for sticks, shaker, bongo or African
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With a rhythmically driven treatment of the beloved carol The Holly and the Ivy, this carol makes a fantastic opener or closer for your holiday concert. Persistent eighth notes in the piano
Twenty-three familiar holiday songs in three minutes! For extra fun, you can involve your audience in counting the tunes as they fly by. Your students can even hold up numbered signs every time a different
This solidly scored unaccompanied setting of the Christmas standard is very musical and surprisingly easy to put together, with its rich harmonic content and variety of choral textures.
This bright, quick, and lively rendition of a perennial seasonal favorite uses a variety of clever choral scoring techniques along with solid voice leading and comfortable ranges to create ninety seconds of
Amy F. Bernon is at her creative best with this enchanting portrayal of the winter season. Vivid musical and textual imagery illustrate a wanderer's path toward an encouraging future in this quietly
Simply charming for young and developing choirs, and now for SATB voices, this touching piece offers a wish for the world to find the hope, peace, and love that it needs. With memorable melodies and a
Softly stealing into the quiet moments of winter, this reflective piece evokes images of falling snow amid the graying sky of the season. Luscious harmonies, memorable melodies, and an artistic
Combining a plaintive Irish carol tune with an emotional text, Ruth Elaine Schram portrays the true spirit of the season with rich imagery of a magical winter night. "No strangers walk this pathway, but
Full of teaching moments, this mini-Mozart masterpiece features a fresh text that is fun and easy to memorize. Opening with the harmonized tune, the music gives way to each part singing the melody in canon
Poignantly crafted words and music illustrate the scenic beauty of the winter landscape and characteristic sounds of the season in this accessible choice for developing mixed choirs. "New fallen snow, an
Frederic Chopin's Prelude in E minor is deftly adapted to an evocative text that elegantly describes the first snowfall of winter. Chopin himself would be pleased to hear this refreshingly
"There will be rest, and sure stars shining over the rooftops crowned with snow, a reign of rest, serene forgetting, the music of stillness holy and low." This masterful setting of Sara Teasdale's
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
John Ness Beck's iconic arrangement of Once in Royal David's City is paired with new words by Charlotte Lee to create an evocative December concert feature about the natural splendor of the
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