Based upon the classic Christmas carol Good King Wenceslas, this historical journey depicts the story of how Wenceslas became the "good King." Although dark and foreboding at the start, depicting
Add a unique work to your winter concert! This Celtic-sounding arrangement incorporates Joy to the World and O Come All Ye Faithful with the sounds of bagpipe drones and slight variations
This setting will be a welcome addition to any holiday concert. Students get into the action as they march while sitting, and all sections take turns playing the melody. Students and teachers will be
This great Irish hymn features a simple yet lyrical melody accompanied by rich, resonant chords and easy arpeggios. Basic note values, occasional slurs, and some divisi cello passages to supplement a small
This wonderful arrangement for beginning orchestra combines Silent Night and The First Noel. Set in D Major, it has been arranged so that violin, viola, and cello sections use only the D
Known for its simplistic beauty, this melody is supported by a simple but beautiful harmonization.
Imagine what it sounds like in Santa's workshop while the elves are building all of those toys: noisy! The technical demands of the arrangement are suitable for the beginning orchestra, but the cuteness
A terrific multicultural addition to any beginning holiday concert, this spirited rendition contains three traditional yet contrasting German carols. Young string players will have fun while being
A bright, sparkling setting of O, Come Little Children that will delight audiences and players. This arrangement includes optional sleigh bells.
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