Composed in the 1500s, the popular French carol Sing We Now of Christmas is the basis for this fresh holiday arrangement. A steady pulse is established in the percussion while the band presents the
Look no further for the perfect holiday concert opener for your beginning band's very first performance. Bright, festive, and very playable, it uses only the first six notes they learn! Contrasting styles
Every first-year Christmas concert should have a piece like this! The familiar carols O Come, All Ye Faithful; God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen and Jolly Old St. Nicholas are combined in march
What more could you want for that very first holiday concert! This charming number is simple, effective, and uses three songs that students encounter in most every band method available! Jingle
Using two famous carols interwoven into original music, John O'Reilly has created a sparkling holiday selection for your band's first concert! Bits of Deck the Halls and Jolly Old St.
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