For many reasons, Christmas means joy. This tune, Ding Dong Merrily on High, is a wonderful musical snapshot of the whole season. In this arrangement, we hear church bells chiming, voices uniting
The Holly and the Ivy is a traditional English Christmas carol. Holly and ivy have been important as English Christmas decorations for church use since at least the fifteenth century. This piece is
This is certainly one of the most beloved pieces of holiday music throughout the world. This arrangement is fairly standard in its opening and proceeds through the verse and chorus with the instruments
This is a pleasing collection of well-loved Christmas music arranged for two like instruments. The selections are suitable for a variety of performance situations such as school concerts, at church, or for
O Come, O Come Emanuel was written in the thirteenth century by an unknown composer. It was set as a single melodic line as many Gregorian chants were constructed. Lush, modern harmonies have been
Pat-a-Pan is a very rustic Christmas piece arranged for six flutes (including a piccolo) and optional percussion (triangle, tambourine and two tom-toms). This arrangement is set in a round,
This is considered one of the most serene Christmas carols of all time. The piece was originally written for two voices and guitar because the church organ had broken down. This arrangement is fairly
Still, Still, Still is a peaceful Austrian carol that is beautiful in its simplicity and elegance. Melody is found in all voices. Often performed by choirs, this is a favorite with audiences all
This piece requires no introduction - it is a jolly and happy piece throughout. The melody is found in all parts, and key changes and some variations have been included. A great closer for a Christmas
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