This work uniquely transforms the beauty of the second movement of Vivaldi's famous "Winter" Concerto and weaves it into the excitement of the first movement. The perfect selection for your winter
Get your students set for the winter season with this fun arrangement of Jingle Bells! Filled with energetic accompaniments to the main tune, this piece is a great chance for your students to build
This exciting work uses three songs originating during the Renaissance: Riu, Riu, Chiu; Dadme Albricias Hijos d’Eva and Ding, Dong Merrily on High. All three songs began their lives
This inspired holiday medley begins with a fiddle tune and quickly introduces the familiar songs I Saw Three Ships; God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and eventually Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming.
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
The title reflects the twelve days from Christmas Day until January 6th. King Wenceslas tells of a good deed done on December 26th, traditionally known as Boxing Day in England. The other tune,
If you are looking for a fresh arrangement of traditional Christmas carols, this unique three-movement work will beautifully showcase all sections of your orchestra. Includes Carol of the Bells; The
There are four carols in this piece: Carol of the Bells; The Holly and the Ivy; God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen and We Three Kings. You never hear any of them entirely, but each appears
This movement uses two Advent melodies, Veni Veni Emmanuel and the French melody Picardy, the tune most often used with Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence. One never hears either
From its festive opening rendition of "Angels We Have Heard On High" to a peaceful "Away In a Manger" and a majestic treatment of "O Come, All Ye Faithful," this delightful mini-collection will fill your
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