We Three Kings and Good King Wenceslas are used in this clever holiday arrangement of these two carols about kings. You'll find several interesting harmonic twists on these favorites that
The intriguing title means "Merry Christmas" in Zimbabwe and the music will fascinate your students and audience this holiday season. Utilizing only the first six notes introduced in most beginning
This fluid combination of the two beloved holiday carols What Child Is This? and It Came Upon the Midnight Clear will be a welcome lyrical addition to your holiday concert. Cast entirely
A beloved Christmas hymn of the Moravian church. The Moravians, well known for the importance of music in their worship, sing this hymn during the Christmas eve candlelight service with a child soloist
John Moss' arrangements for the holiday season have been some of the best around and this chart is no different. His show-style arranging is perfectly suited to this light-hearted favorite. A
This lively carol from merry old England gets a very special treatment for the holidays. The stunning arrangement of this lovely carol is joyful, lilting, and upbeat, and even
Robert Buckley has created an inventive and classy setting of this well-known favorite from "The Sound of Music" for flexible instrumentation. A wonderful choice for any holiday occasion!
Here is a joyous celebration of the Christmas season featuring two famliar uptempo carols: Noel Nouvelet and The First Noel. Curnow skillfully uses a set of variations and
Beautiful and lush, this setting of The First Noel is presented in a musically lyrical style. The setting opens with a music-box effect in the percussion section with a simple yet elegant
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