This hauntingly beautiful arrangement features the gentle feel of a lullaby and an interesting mixture of major and minor modes. Adapted and translated from the traditional carol, it alternates between
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This beautiful arrangement pairs Silent Night with an original melody, lending a delightful ambiance to this beloved classic. The flowing piano and cello accompaniments enhance the lyrical melodies
Melodic portions and excerpts from five traditional carols (In Dulci Jubilo; The Holly and the Ivy; The First Noel; Infant Holy Infant Lowly and Song of the
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 anonymous hymn tune takes on a haunting, melancholy character in Cynthia Gray's wonderful arrangement. "Hush, my babe, lie still and slumber, Holy angels guard thy bed. Heavenly blessings
The solid choral writing in this spritely setting of the traditional English carol guarantees success for any size ensemble. Clever bell motives provide musical continuity, with or without the inclusion of
The cherished carols Jesus, Jesus, Rest Your Head and Infant Holy, Infant Lowly are sensitively intermingled in this heartwarming Christmas offering for young and developing choirs. Lovely
"Love was in the air that night, a long time ago." Natalie Sleeth's light folk style perfectly frames this original school-friendly Christmas text by Charlotte Lee. Repetition in the vocal lines will save
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