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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
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This exciting new arrangement of a holiday favorite has a contemporary jazz feel fueled by the shifting meters throughout. The lively and fun piano accompaniment can be enhanced with the optional triangle,
Premiered at Harvard University in 2013, this early cantata with organ accompaniment by Samuel Barber dates from around 1920. This first edition has been reconstructed from his manuscripts, from the
"Lully, lullay, thou little tiny child..." The way this arrangement incorporates familiar strains of Bach's Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring with the cherished English carol tune is simply ingenious!
This setting of the delightful Christmas carol utilizes imitation of the sound of bells in the vocal part-writing and features three short solos. An option for treble choirs of various levels. Will appeal
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
Syncopated rhythms in 5/4 meter bring a new sparkle to this well-known Christmas carol. With a dancing piano accompaniment and optional percussion parts for claves, shaker and hand drum. Recommended for
This is a contemporary setting of the traditional Vespers antiphon for Christmas Eve, Hodie Christus natus est. The African and jazz influences found in this score were inspired by the composer's
Your mixed and treble choirs will sparkle when they sing this exuberant setting of the traditional English carol. The melody passes from part to part, forming a festive tapestry of sound. Whether performed
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,
Commissioned by the All Saints Episcopal Church of Atlanta, Georgia, this is a thoughtful interpretation of a well-known carol. SSA voices and harp combine to make this minor-keyed carol simple
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Here is a jaunty original setting of the standard English carol text. For accompanied treble voices, it is rhythmic, witty, and dance-like. Each of the verses is unique in texture, and every voice sings the
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
Juneau's setting for SSA voices and piano or harp provides two primary ideas: the divine mystery of the beautiful Latin text and a sense of joy which permeates the holiday season. The harp part is available
The Christmas albums from vocal supergroup Pentatonix are among their most popular offerings. This eight-minute accompanied medley combines four of their powerhouse holiday hits for a wonderful seasonal
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