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With verses in 5/4 and a jazz waltz refrain, Kirby's mellow rendition of this familiar carol is something truly fresh. An optional flute solo (available free at alfred.com/choralparts) is a hip addition to
This is stunning! A marvelous lyric describes how beautiful the first Christmas night must have been "by candlelight." Gentle, lyrical music ebbs and flows to perfectly complement the text. Simple
Sing about angels, shepherds, wise men, the star, and "the baby born in Bethlehem" with this spirited original for Christmas. Choirs of any age will sound their best on the gospel harmonies and catchy hook.
Three traditional carol favorites are tastefully arranged and tied together with Pachelbel's enduring canon. For added charm, choir members may play sleigh bells during the canon interludes between
The buoyant compound meter of this jovial Christmas charmer is suggestive of Irish folk music. Tuneful melodies are paired with merry "ding dong" counterlines as this refreshing choral (with processional
The jazz waltz feel is perfect for this carol! Sweet choral harmonies float above the lilting accompaniment in this simple, straightforward setting, and the effect is marvelous! Optional parts for saxophone
Bring an international flair to your holiday program with this joyous three-minute medley of four French carols. An IPA pronunciation guide is included for the few foreign words, and a festive concert band
When sung by children, this exceptional partner song teaches vocal independence; when performed by more mature voices, the artistic arrangement yields many musical moments. The pairing of Away in a
O Come, Little Children is paired with Angels We Have Heard on High in this arrangement that is equally appropriate for school or church choirs. An open-fifth motive on "Come, come..."
A symbolic ascending fifth opens the main melodic idea in this bright original for Christmas. Taking inspiration from Angels We Have Heard on High, the chorus moves in a new harmonic direction,
This serene pairing of Still, Still, Still and Silent Night will be a quick learn during your busiest time of year. Occasional counterpoint is scattered among traditional harmonies to
Words from the English carol Good King Wenceslas are set to the melody of Hey, Ho, Nobody Home for a whole new take on the familiar carol. Canonic writing ensures success, and the stately
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