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By popular demand, here are 12 more Christmas favorites for you to play along to in a wide assortment of styles. There are current styles like hip-hop, house, alternative rock, and zydeco, as well as a few retro styles like new age, new wave, and folk. The songs are traditional and well-known, and you'll have a blast playing along with the hip, current arrangements. Includes: God Rest You Merry Gentlemen, Away in a Manger, We Three Kings, I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, Come All Ye Faithful, Silent Night, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, In the Bleak Midwinter, O Holy Night, and It Came Upon a Midnight Clear.

Instruments: Horn, Folk, Bells, Brass, Percussion
Modern sounds of syncopation and colorful harmonies adorn this inventive medley of traditional Christmas songs. Four carols are featured, including: Good King Wenceslas; Jingle Bells; The First Noel and Angels We Have Heard On High. Bands at the easy level will master this with no trouble in time for your holiday concert! Very nice! Grade 1.5 2:00

Instruments: Bells, Percussion
Here's a simple, tuneful holiday piece that you can easily add to your next program. Easy, diatonic lines and conventional harmony also make it suitable teaching material for your developing string groups. The optional, simple percussion can add to the festive flavor.

Instruments: Percussion, Strings, Bells
John Moss' holiday arrangements have become the choice of directors everywhere, and his newest is sure to please as well. His sparkling version of this gentle Christmas waltz is holiday programming at its very best. Dur: 2:30

Instruments: Strings, Bells, Percussion
A haunting melody by John Carter and a thoughtful text by Mary Kay Beall make this a unique Christmas piece for 3-part mixed choirs. 'Seeking the Child, we are Bethlehem bound.' Open score for easy part-reading. Don't miss the SoundTrax which features woodwinds and bells.

Instruments: Choir, Woodwinds, Bells, Vocal, Percussion
Instrumental parts available separately: 48001524. SATB version also available for purchase separately(48004364).

Instruments: Choir, Piano, Bells, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
Instrumental parts available separately: 48001524. TTBB version also available for purchase separately(48004361).

Instruments: Choir, Piano, Bells, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
This magnificent Christmas work is brought to life by Celtic-inspired music, Renaissance-like spatial separation of singing groups, and the sounds of organ, harp, and bells.

Instruments: Choir, Organ, Harp, Bells, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Strings, Percussion
There is something magical about hearing a choir singing off in the distance, gradually surrounding the audience with sound. That is the effect captured in this wonderful advent processional. With optional tubular bells, the atmosphere of celebration will be palpable throughout your concert hall.

Instruments: Choir, Bells, Vocal, Percussion

Instruments: Choir, A Cappella, Bells, Vocal, Percussion
This Christmas collection features a combination of favorite carols and songs of the season for the moderately advanced solo pianist. From the delightful fun of Jingle Bells to the classical influences in Jesus, Jesus, Rest Your Head, this collection will truly appeal to people of any age in any setting. These timeless pieces can be enjoyed year after year. Titles include Star Medley, Jingle Bells, The Angels' Gloria, and Sweet, Holy Child.

Instruments: Piano, Bells, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
The Coventry Carol Angels we Have Heard on High O Tannenbaum The Holly and the Ivy In Dulci Jubilo It Came Upon A Midnight Clear O Come, Little Children The First Noel God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen O Come, O Come, Emmanuel Lo, How a Rose Christmas Bells WeAndy Clark is a composer/arranger with a diverse background of musical and publishing experiences. He spent 4 years as chief arranger and featured trombonist and drummer with the U.S. Air Force CONAC BAND. After his discharge, Andy was a very successful high school band director and music supervisor for the Rose Hill, Kansas, Public Schools. In 1976 he resigned his teaching position to devote full time to a growing music publishing business, Norman Lee Publishing. Andy has over 250 band numbers published with five publishers, and has served as a clinician at events in 28 states.

Instruments: Percussion, Bells