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This wonderful compilation of Irish blessing texts is set to a lovely and touching melody. Perfect for end-of-year concerts....
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What a Christmas combination: "Deck the Hall," "O Little Town of Bethlehem," "Angels We Have Heard on High," and "We Three...
This original piece by Sonja Poorman can be described in one word -- beautiful! Long, flowing "Gloria" phrases sing the...
This rousing triple meter choral is infused with traditional gospel harmonies, rhythms, and articulations, as the timely...
How often do we find a warm ballad written especially for Hanukkah? No boom-chicks here, and no minor key either, just a...
Add some multicultural flair to holiday concerts with this lively arrangement of the Puerto Rican Christmas carol! The...
An easy-to-learn Alleluia setting by Jay Althouse for your developing choir. Highlighted with comfortable ranges and simple...
Now available for 2-part voices! This contemporary concert and festival work is satisfying from start to finish. The...
This serene pairing of "Still, Still, Still" and "Silent Night" will be a quick learn during your busiest time of year....
With words adapted from the poem "Welsh New Year's Eve," this dance-like setting is a festive choice for wintertime...
If you are looking for a partner song to develop part singing in your younger choir this winter, then A Winter Carol is...
Subtitled "Shalom Alechem," A Wish for Hanukkah is a fresh approach to Hanukkah for 2-part treble or 3-part mixed groups. It...
With selections that are familiar but not overdone, the spirit of the season abounds in this festive four-song medley that...
This exuberant Christmas original features lots of echo sections, perfect for developing choirs. It also quotes parts of the...
This simple yet elegant setting is sung on just two short Latin phrases. A partner song approach gives each voice part...