Santa's reindeer are off and running with this playful holiday selection. Featuring Jingle Bells and Up On The Housetop, you can hear the hooves of the reindeer as they
What do you get when you combine Up on the Housetop with a rhythmic Cuban dance rhythm? A load of fun for holiday programming! The Latin rhythms generated in the percussion section work
This very clever festive arrangement is the perfect opener or closer for your holiday concert! Familiar carols are creatively woven together, capturing the true joy of the season. An expressive and
Herald the joy of the Christmas season with this stirring original carol from John Rutter, arranged here for combined chorus and band or concert band alone. This setting promises to fill your concert hall
Ring, Ring, Ring! combines the swing style of the Big Band era with the traditional Ukrainian Bell carol to create a real crowd-pleasing and toe-tapping moment for your next holiday concert.
This rockin' medley of classic carols is sure to wind up on your "must play" list for years to come. Your percussion section is featured on this upbeat setting of Deck the Halls; Hark, The Herald Angels
Tchaikovsky's masterpiece The Nutcracker has delighted countless millions over the years, and this arrangement for young band provides a fresh perspective to the holiday classic. All the well-known
Audiences and players alike will have a rockin' good time welcoming the holidays with this fresh and spirited version of this holiday classic. You'll recognize several bits and snippets of other
Composed for young musicians to play on their very first concert, Jingle Bells is presented with an upbeat and decidedly different twist. It's a fun variation that provides young
Get your audience on their feet with this rockin' twist on a holiday favorite. Using only the first few notes learned in the first year of band, the classic carol Jingle Bells
Set in a jazzy medium swing style, Luther Henderson created an unforgettable setting of Rudolph for the Canadian Brass. Maintaining the clever scoring devices and "shtick" of the original, Michael
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The title of this folk carol is a corruption of St Day, the Cornish village (named after a Breton saint) where it was heard and written down in the early twentieth century.
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