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"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
This beautiful ballad is the theme song of "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York." Using just the piano for accompaniment, this setting is charming in its simplicity. Highly recommended!
This classic holiday hit by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn is crafted into a lovely arrangement for mixed and women's voices. Optional moments of a cappella singing and elegant harmonies keep the traditional
Originally written for and premiered by Frank Sinatra as the B-side of his White Christmas recording, this holiday favorite has been covered by more than forty artists, including Rosemary Clooney, Tony
Memories of winter, family and friends are recalled in this poignant, tender ballad from Idina Menzel's Holiday Wishes CD. Highly effective for both holiday and winter programs, this is very sweet. "...sing
Artists from Aretha Franklin to Barbra Streisand have covered this moving musical letter to Santa Claus, but it is still most frequently associated with Amy Grant's 1992 recording. Mark's richly
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
This jazzy choral arrangement of a classic holiday song is warm and inviting. A lovely piano accompaniment and colorful vocal writing with a few harmonic nuances add sparkle to the traditional melody. This
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
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