Carol of the Bells Variant for string orchestra is an interesting adaptation of the popular Christmas classic. The opening three-note ostinato is presented in 4/4 time and immediately sets the tone
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
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
Advanced ensembles don't want to waste their time on simplistic holiday music, and now they don't have to! This setting of the popular carol is highly stylized and musically sophisticated. A welcome
Two of the most popular of Chanukah tunes are arranged here for the youngest of students. Although simple, it gives the very young player the chance to sound wonderful for their parents at the very first
Here is a significant addition to the holiday repertoire for string orchestras. Beautifully scored by Joseph Compello, it features the Baroque overture that is so strongly identified with Christmas and
A beautiful new setting that combines both of the Christmas carols with the same name into one complete arrangement. This is an exceptionally colorful arrangement of these beautiful carols, with flowing
This extremely popular Renaissance a cappella choral work by Jan Pieters Sweelinck (1562-1621) has been transcribed for string orchestra. Although the work is usually associated with the Christmas season,
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