This is a delightful collection of intermediate- to advanced-level duets based on traditional sacred and secular Christmas carols. (Please note: These duet collections contain instrument-specific
A jazz medley of Deck the Halls, Silent Night, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
Reminiscent of shepherds playing flute on the Bethlehem hillside entertaining their friends, the tone color of the flute with its range of emotion seems appropriate for the Christmas season. This
This comprehensive compilation of perennial Christmas favorites is an excellent choice to highlight the talents of your instrumentalists during the Christmas season. Woodwind soloists will find that this
Six arrangements for intermediate flute and piano that will add warmth and meaning to the Christmas season during any worship service or holiday performance. Titles include: Lo, How a Rose E'er
This collection of ten contemporary Christmas classics arranged as duets for C and/or B-flat instruments continues Lloyd Larson’s successful series of settings for two instruments designed to enhance
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
Historic Christmas Carols - New Settings for Flute and Piano is a collection of three compositions intended for use in concerts, recitals, and church worship services. Flute and piano are equal
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
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