Incorporating the traditional Spanish carol Fum, Fum, Fum, this incredibly creative piece also features a contrasting, madrigalesque "fa la la" middle section and a festive original text about the
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This novel holiday original tips its hat to Deck the Hall in an energetic round. "Sleigh bells ring-a-ling, people sing-a-ling, fam'ly mingling all a-glow! Time to decorate, time to celebrate,
Hold on to your stocking caps, because this winter tour-de-force will inject your holiday programs with a generous portion of rollicking good cheer! Your singers will love rehearsing and performing this
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
"Now listen here, Santa, the time has come for equal opportunity!" Finally - Mrs. Claus is ready to take center stage after years of working behind the scenes! A sassy holiday novelty for treble voices
Dig to the back of your closet for your best ugly Christmas sweater and make it the highlight of your holiday program! All in fun, this song lends itself well to choreography while optional jingle bells and
Did you know the North Pole has a marching band? That's right, and Santa's the director! Who's on the roster? Elves, reindeer, and even Mrs. C! As this clever partner song unfolds, we sing about the whole
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
How can you lose, with this classic holiday marching song... and kazoos? It's an easy novelty arrangement that sparkles with all the fun of the season. Your young singers will want to sing it - and play it
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
This is delightful! "With apologies to Mister Mozart," here is the master composer's famous Rondo Alla Turca with clever words and plenty of "fa la la" fun! It has great educational
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