Here are all your favorite "Nutcracker" themes rolled into a clever, lighthearted medley. For added excitement, appoint an official timekeeper to track your progress as the band frantically races to finish
Originally written as separate arrangements, 22 holiday band pieces are included in this economical and convenient collection, each correlated with specific pages in the Accent on Achievement band
John Rutter wrote this great work for the 2012 Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols held each Christmas Eve at King's College. This arrangement is written for combined concert band and chorus, but may be
The pop hit from 1994 recorded by Mariah Carey continues to be a holiday favorite year after year. Starting with a moderate tempo and lyrical introduction, this very effective arrangement for young bands
The peace and stillness of the holiday season are beautifully expressed in this touching holiday song. This lyric setting is sure to add a welcome element of contrast and variety to your winter concert.
Opening with a striking, triumphant fanfare, here is a fresh setting of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing. Modest rhythms and ranges allow the ensemble to focus on musicality and expressive musical
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You've never heard Beethoven's "Fifth Symphony" like this! Half Christmas, half Beethoven and all novelty, this piece is a wacky mix of three themes of the famous symphony combined with familiar carols in a
Take a time-honored Christmas song, the style of Mannheim Steamroller, a horn riff from Chicago, the rock flair of Green Day, mix them together and you get a really cool version of Carol of the
Celebrate with this lilting carol taken from a 16th-century courtly dance tune. The variations in this setting will lift your spirits as they pass from a joyous opening to a brief moment of
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