"Chestnuts roasting on an open fire..." This holiday classic was a signature song for Nat King Cole, and it's simply one of the most famous and favorite Christmas songs of all time! Mark Hayes' lush
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In this delightful holiday song, a little donkey helps Santa Claus bring presents to children in Italy. Various Italian words and expressions are used throughout, with easy part writing and plenty of
Driving with Latin/pop energy and a touch of jazz harmonies, this new arrangement is alive and kicking with the instrumental parts or accompaniment CD. Famous for generations and covered by a host of top
"So this is Christmas, and what have you done? Another year over, a new one just begun..." This timeless song became a holiday standard when it was first released in 1971. Now in this beautiful, simple
This Elvis-style arrangement of the holiday pop classic - with kazoos - is irresistible! It's the perfect way to add a little humor and a whole lot of fun to your holiday performance. Now available in TTB,
This is not your typical arrangement of the well-known classic. A '60s groove a la The Beach Boys transforms this to appeal to singers of all ages, adding a bit of novel flair. Easy vocals and harmonies in
Something for all ages! This little-known gem from the American songbook laments the return of Jack Frost and pleads for him to "get lost." A novel swing number made popular by Bing Crosby and Peggy Lee,
Here's a nice, gently swinging treatment of the familiar pop novelty from 1949, with sleigh bells on the recorded track and an optional third voice part for middle school boys. This is guaranteed to set a
"If you're far away on this holiday evening, and you're dreaming of being at home, if you're worried at all that you may be forgotten, you should know that you aren't alone... Santa will find you wherever
Everyone loves this song from the "Home Alone" movies. Mark Hayes' wonderful arrangement captures the song's timeless beauty, reminding us of the innocence and magic of childhood at Christmas. Gentle vocal
Made popular on the holiday television special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, this Johnny Marks song is a bright new work for young voices and includes optional kazoos for added fun. Simple, repetitious
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