"Nothing is better than all of us together at Christmas." Country artist Sara Evans gives us this boot-scootin' holiday tune that will liven up every concert! A superb showcase for choirs of all levels!
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Developing treble or men's choirs will love to perform this nostalgic holiday standard from an earlier era! With a gentle country feel throughout, and solo opportunities for your singers, this selection
"You'll be all aglow from your head to mistletoes..." This bubbly contemporary country-pop release from Point of Grace has darling lyrics and a catchy chorus that begs for choreography! "Oh, there's no road
"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
From Idina Menzel's Holiday Wishes album, this lovely song encourages us to embrace the silence, the beauty, and the true meaning of the season. From gentle, ethereal sounds to fuller choral textures, it is
The music from the hit Disney animated film is a charming return to the classic songs of the genre, but with an updated pop and Broadway feel that will instantly connect with today's audiences. This
Over the years, this song has grown to express the deepest wish in everyone's heart, the hope for peace and a better world. A wonderful and accessible setting for younger choirs, this pop ballad will create
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
A rubato piano solo opens this lush arrangement of the beloved holiday song made popular by Judy Garland in the 1944 movie musical "Meet Me in St. Louis." Then the verse is sung before the ensemble settles
Developing choirs will love building choral skills as they rehearse and perform this holiday classic, and you will enjoy introducing singers to this wonderful song, with its warm sentiment and jazz-flavored
Jazz artist Ann Hampton Callaway has written and recorded a new Christmas song that is sure to be an instant classic! Expressing the hope that Christmas is a day "lasting longer than a season," this
Here's a jazz novelty song recorded by Ella Fitzgerald in the '50s that's filled to the brim with sass and style! Perfect for a winter concert, dinner theater fundraiser or any time you want to share a
Irving Berlin's classic song is presented here in a gentle, sweet groove with simple jazz vocals and soft rhythm. Beginning with an easy vocal riff, the familiar melody is accompanied by refreshed chords
Straight out of the hip and swinging 1960s, here's a sparkling setting of the favorite holiday tune for choirs in four parts! First featured on The Andy Williams Christmas Album, and recorded by a myriad of
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
A touch of vintage holiday sass for your winter program! Everyone gets a turn with the melody in an arrangement packed with clustered jazz harmonies and fun accompaniment riffs. Swing rhythms and engaging
Elvis Presley had a hit with this soulful pop tune, and it will be a hit with your choir, too, in this singable arrangement. The grandparents in your audience will enjoy the blast of nostalgia!
"Yes, he's makin' a list, and checkin' it twice..." This hip, swingin' arrangement of the holiday standard is very cool and sounds fresh, with some finger snaps and a super recorded track. Now
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