This thrilling carol arrangement begins with a hush and builds in momentum, invoking images of the angel hosts gathering into a multitude to announce Jesus' birth. With just a few
Kim Andre Arnesen's beautifully expressive piece is set to a poem by the famous hymn writer Isaac Watts. Featured on the 2013 St. Olaf Christmas concert broadcast from Norway, this hymn is perfect for
Dan Forrest's setting of this beloved carol takes a wonder-filled, reflective gaze inside the stable in Bethlehem. The anthem takes its time to savor the beauty and meaning of the scene and to communicate
From Piae Cantiones, this setting of Gaudete! is in a progressive style, yet well suited to the medieval melody. Its energy is derived from the accented rhythms and dance-like percussive
Your centerpiece Christmas setting has arrived! This Dan Forrest arrangement of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing has everything you need. It is arranged for SATB voices (also SSAA and TTBB) and
A cappella choirs will enjoy this ethereal arrangement of the traditional Christmas carol. The melody is easily identifiable throughout, and a quiet energy makes it an exciting setting. Available for mixed,
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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
This powerful setting of a Christmas classic is sure to become a favorite. Scored for SATB chorus, piano duet and optional string quartet, the strong legato chorus is driven by the marcato
Although the text is taken from the Marian O Antiphons, which celebrate the onset of the Christmas season, this a cappella work is by no means limited to performance at Christmas. As the work
A joyous setting for choir and piano four-hands, full of the excitement and anticipation of the Lord's coming. Perfect for Advent services or school concerts.
This masterwork edition stays faithful to the original while being accessible to student choirs. Thorough performance notes explain clearly the history of the work, including its use of Latin and German
The "faint music" is descriptive of Mary singing lullabies to hush her baby's sleepy sighs. This touching anthem paints a beautiful musical picture of Mary and her newborn Baby. "A shelter from
A rhythmic ostinato on "Veni, veni" and optional percussion (triangle, tambourine and drum) infuse the traditional Advent carol with such unrelenting energy, the effect on the listener is mesmerizing!
"What sweeter music can we bring than a carol for to sing the birth of Christ, our heavenly King." This tender setting of the traditional carol text has become one of John Rutter's most cherished
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