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White Christmas with Grimethor by Parkes; Grimethorpe Colliery Band. By Freeh; Dewhurst; Cootes; Et al. Listening CD. Published by Chandos (NX.CHAN-4550). Release date: 11/1/97. About Listening CDs Listening CDs are traditional music recordings. Listening CDs make a great educational supplement - hear exceptional professionals play the music you're learning! Or, just enjoy listening to the music you love.
$11.99

Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous
What Carol is This? by Dave Gerhart. Steel Pan. For steel band. 5 parts and score. Duration 5 minutes. Published by Bachovich Music Publications (B2.0855).
$30.00

Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous
Sleigh ride : for orchestra, 1890. (Schlittenfahrt : fur Orchester). By Frederick Delius (1862-1934). For orchestra. Orchestral music. Score. Published by Noten Roehr (NR.17354). ISBN M-060-81033-6.
$41.95

Genres: Classical, 20th Century, Christmas, Miscellaneous
A Child is Born arranged by Michele Weir. For jazz choir (SSAA choir with rhythm section). Ballad, Christmas, Jazz. Level 3. Set of 16 octavos with rhythm parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ1573). (Level 3) This arrangement is recorded on the Phil Mattson and the P.M. Singers album, Setting Standards. Starting a cappella, the arrangement soon goes into ballad tempo. Then, after a key change, features a female soloist. This beautiful tune and arrangement have been a favorite for years. It can be used at Christmas time or throughout the year. SSAA with rhythm section.
$45.00

Genres: Christmas, Jazz & Blues, Miscellaneous
Still, Still, Still arranged by Jane E. Andrews. For jazz choir (SATB choir, a cappella). Christmas. Level 3. Set of 16 octavos. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ1926). This arrangement of the German carol, Still, Still, Still, strives to present the lovely text in a warm, gentle manner. Beginning with the first verse of this strophic work, the men and women alternate between the unison melody and a seventh chord accompaniment. Transition to the second verse moves from the traditional duple meter to triple meter in a "bell-like" pattern reminiscent of the early Puerling arrangements and continues the accompaniment while the sopranos sing the verse in German. Returning to duple meter, the final verse broadens with a ground bass type figure below the melody and ends with a gentle quote of Silent Night by the men. SATB a cappella.
$35.00

Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous
Santa Baby by Deke Sharon. For jazz choir (SSAATTB choir, a cappella). Level 3. Set of 16 octavos. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ1992). Swinging, close harmony version of this modern holiday classic. Not too challenging--a great chance to give your singers a taste inside "radio hour"esque voicings. Solo can be sung by either one or two sopranos in a variety of characters (e.g. "Golddigger" ala Eartha Kitt, ditzy ingenue, etc.) Vocal percussion optional. SSAATTB a cappella.
$40.00

Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas by Morgan Ames. For jazz choir (a cappella). Christmas. Morgan Ames Series. Level 3. Set of 16 octavos. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ25).
$40.00

Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous
Some Children See Him by Morgan Ames. For jazz choir (SATB choir with keyboard, viola). Christmas. Morgan Ames Series. Level 3. Set of 16 octavos. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ28). Christmas standard written in 50's by Los Angeles session singer, Al Burt. Viola line can be performed by synthesizer or flute. Burt's original changes are reinterpreted. SATB with parts for keyboard, l viola.
$40.00

Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous
O Come With Us by Morgan Ames. For jazz choir (a cappella). Christmas. Morgan Ames Series. Level 3. Set of 16 octavos. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ34).
$45.00

Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous
What Are The Signs? by Randy Crenshaw. For jazz choir (TTBB choir, a cappella). Christmas. Level 3. Set of 5 octavos. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ354). This little Alfred Burt Christmas carol is effective on its own or as a prelude to other carols in the program, especially other Burt carols. It begins with a Gregorian chant effect with all voices in a very quiet, low unison, then opens into a beautiful four-part male chorale in its second half. Requires good low range in the second bass part. TTBB a cappella.
$25.00

Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous