From Disney and Tim Burton's hit film "The Nightmare Before Christmas," Danny Elfman's quirky, spooky tune is a terrific program choice for both Halloween and holiday-themed concerts. Students will be
The heartwarming and instantly recognized theme from the "Home Alone" movies is arranged here in a new version for developing groups. This version is ideal for the group with limited rehearsal time
That jazzy Vince Guaraldi sound made A Charlie Brown Christmasl stand out from any other show. Now your strings can play Christmas Time Is Here; O Tannenbaum and Linus and Lucy! These are
One of the best-loved Christmas songs of all time, this skilled arrangement is carefully scored for student players to play with ease. This edition, with included percussion, is certain to be a holiday
Ideal for a classical-style piece for your holiday program, Prokofiev's sleigh ride is an energetic, familiar tune that translates wonderfully for string orchestra. Paul Lavender's setting is scored to
Add a unique twist to your next holiday concert with this vibrant, dance-like piece. Students will use both arco and pizzicato while learning interesting Latin rhythms and harmonies. Optional percussion,
Bringing the distinctive interpretations of Mannheim Steamroller to the concert stage for strings, this beautiful setting of the well-known French carol will add a touch of serenity and splendor to any
This beautiful, flowing piece is a nice change for your next holiday concert. Made popular by the group Celtic Woman, it will touch your audience with the beauty of Christmas. Optional percussion gives it
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