The sweet acoustic sounds of this light pop-style Christmas song will bring warmth and hope to seasonal concerts and worship services. "Just a baby sleeping in a manger, all the world was waiting for you to
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From Jim Brickman's holiday album Comfort and Joy, this fantastic arrangement features an alto/tenor duet with choral backup, then builds to a powerful choral ending. "Let the bells ring. Let the choirs
"It's Christmas time, there's something in the air. There's a little bit of heaven everywhere..." This touching song by Ben Glover and Francesca Battistelli expresses a universal message of joy and love
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
A choral classic has been given a fresh new setting with a four-hand piano accompaniment (optional two-hand accompaniment is also available). The always-creative Joel Raney beautifully and faithfully
This setting is arranged after the amazing Pentatonix version from the 2014 album That's Christmas to Me and may be sung a cappella or accompanied. Ideal for pop/jazz or concert choirs, the beautiful
"One Child can change the world, one shining Light can show the way. Through all my tears for what I've lost, there's still my joy for Christmas Day." This gentle folk-style Christmas reflection is elegant
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