Limited ranges, repeated sections, and creative choral arranging ensure success with this Victor Johnson favorite. This long-time bestseller features percussion parts for sticks, shaker, bongo or African
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Pat-a-Pan receives a fresh and inventive setting of a favorite carol tune in this arrangement. Flute and snare drum parts bring a delightful medieval flavor to this lovely piece for women.
"In the glow of candlelight, all of the world comes together tonight..." A musical reflection on the candle as a symbol of peace, this simple, elegant selection is appropriate for choirs of all ages, at any
The magic and imagery of a candle's glow on a winter night is expressively depicted in this lovely original canon. The way the voice parts weave together is simply marvelous! With alternate words that make
Even your youngest singers can enjoy Carol of the Bells with this sparkling arrangement for treble or mixed voices with piano accompaniment. The unison version includes optional glockenspiel or
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
The text from Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming is set to a wistful Irish folk song in this one-of-a-kind secular Christmas piece. With lovely legato lines and an optional violin part that brings a
This original work with text from a poem by John Greenleaf Whittier creates a sense of awe as we visualize a flower in the midst of the frozen landscape of winter. Singers will be challenged to shape
This carol tells the story of the king who on Saint Stephen's Day endures harsh weather as he and his page bring food and fuel to a poor peasant. This sturdy setting (optional a cappella) presents the
This joyful calypso-style arrangement is easy enough to learn and add to your a cappella repertoire for the holidays this year. There's plenty of repetition, and the "Bop bop bah dot" figures will make it a
Dating back to 16th-century England, Hey! Ho! Nobody Home! was sung by carolers who went from door to door to receive food for their singing, although there is no reference in the lyrics to the
"How like a winter hath my absence been, like a winter, from thee..." This artful setting of a text by William Shakespeare works equally well as a winter piece or as a secular concert work. Sing the liquid
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
Softly stealing into the quiet moments of winter, this reflective piece evokes images of falling snow amid the graying sky of the season. Luscious harmonies, memorable melodies, and an artistic
You'll be laughing all the way with this fresh winter showpiece that is great fun for mixed, treble, or men’s choirs! The keyboard part is dazzling, the vocal parts are definitely "rollicking" and the
Begin with one voice and build to many as you use the candle as a symbol of peace and enduring traditions. "For, with the candle glow, we celebrate the season. So all the world will know the special
This is way cool! The traditional Ukrainian Bell Carol gets a jazz-waltz style facelift in this delightful arrangement with new lyrics and optional parts for glockenspiel and shaker. It's a clever,
This lovely, singable setting of an Austrian and a Czech carol, with original words by the arranger, is perfect for young treble choirs. Simple, gentle elegance flows throughout the piece as Rocking
A whirling, swirling dance of snow is depicted in this buoyant original work for treble voices. This minor-key selection offers both challenge and reward for trebles in high school or advanced middle
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