Celebrate the holiday season with this fiery and exciting traditional Puerto Rican carol. This very playable arrangement is a perfect concert opener or closer that will have your audiences dancing in the
Showcase your cellos! Featuring What Child Is This?; Oh Come, Oh Come Emmanuel and Angels We Have Heard on High, this is a perfect training exercise for third and fourth positions for the
Each of the 12 days brings a snippet from a different holiday tune in this fun arrangement that uses the easy keys of G and D. As the days are added, it becomes a fun-filled challenge. Surprise comes on the
Imagine four soloists playing eight Boomwhackers on the heads of eight brave audience members. That's the scenario of this hilarious show-stopper. Includes: Jingle Bells; Good King Wenceslas and
Jingle Bells has been transformed into a Viennese-style waltz and combined with We Wish You a Merry Christmas in this charming selection perfect for your second-year players' holiday
Nothing says "noel" better than a 16th-century courtly dance. This carol was originally performed for the French nobility. The variations in this setting will lift your spirits as they pass from a joyous
Showcase your violas with a piece that will make them sound great! It remains in 1st position mainly on the upper strings of the viola and features: Ding Dong! Merrily on High; Deck the Halls; The First
A bright, sparkling setting of O, Come Little Children that will delight audiences and players. This arrangement includes optional sleigh bells.
Snowy hilltops, timeless family traditions, and the atmosphere of a Smoky Mountain Christmas is captured in this arrangement of three traditional Appalachian carols. The simple modal melodies of Star of
"S'vivon" is the Hebrew word for dreidel, a four-sided top that is popular with children during the celebration of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights. In this arrangement, variations
In this sensitive arrangement of one of the world's oldest Christmas carols, the haunting melody is passed throughout the orchestra. Changing textures combine with shifting modes to create a lyric and
In this jubilant new treatment, we hear four less-common carols: The Holly and the Ivy; Good Christian Men Rejoice; Sussex Carol and Rejoice and Be Merry. The medleys are sensitively
This cute, simple arrangement features the bass section and makes them sound great! Have some fun with this cool medley featuring Jolly Old St. Nicholas and Jingle Bells -it will brighten
Combining Greensleeves and We Three Kings, this beautiful arrangement creates a Christmas selection that will be loved by students and audiences. All string parts are interesting and
Beginning string players will delight in playing this energetic rendition of the well-known Christmastime spiritual Go Tell It on the Mountain. Paired with Children Go Where I Send Thee,
This totally unique (and somewhat crazy!) selection will be the hit of your holiday concert! Your audience will be delighted when they hear what happens when the festive Welsh carol Deck the Halls
Have the cookies left out on Christmas Eve mysteriously vanished? Does it seem like the nutcracker and toy soldier figurines have moved by themselves overnight? Are you experiencing strange visions of
Sometimes known as In the Window, this traditional Hanukkah song is a lovely and haunting melody written in strophic form - having only one phrase of melodic material repeated for each verse. Here
In Greek mythology, Boreas is the cold north wind, making this piece a great addition to any winter concert. The mysterious opening leads to an exciting finale. Students will experience spiccato
Subtitled Fatto per la notte di Natale, or "made for the night of Christmas," Corelli's Christmas Concerto stands as one of the finest concerti grossi of the Baroque era. All solo parts have been
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