(2) work portrays an imagined scene on an imagined Christmas Eve in which the children's choir of a village church is roused from their beds to process through the streets by candlelight and sing for the midnight service. The mood is giddy, excited and playful. Simply a delight to sing
(1, Weihn) 5 of the most cherished Christmas carols of all time are included in this magnificently arranged song kit. Included are: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing;Silent Night;Go, Tell It on the Mountain;O Come All Ye Faithful;Angels We Have Heard on High. Each carol has been given a new personality through Mark's creative compositional skill. Don't miss this enchanting collection of gems. Each song kit includes 30 singer's editions and two piano/conductor's scores
(2) (Weihn) Lush ballads are a tradition throughout the holiday season. This beautiful new ballad from Mark Weston brings an especially heartfelt message of love for the holidays. A welcome addition to any seasonal concert!
(2, Weihn) opening ballad gives way to a little "swing-dance" styling to create a delightful musical hors d'oeuvre that will be enjoyed by your singers and audiences of all ages. Add this one to your holiday concert and you'll have 'em dancing in the aisles
(Welcome to the 60s, Good morning Baltimore, Mama I'm a big girl now, It takes two, I know where I've been, You can't stop the beat) It's the hottest ticket on Broadway and one listen to the fun 60s-style score will tell you why. From the up-tempo opener, "Welcome to the 60s," through the contagious "You Can't Stop the Beat" Mac Huff takes us on an 18 minute romp through this new Marc Shaiman/Scott Wittman hit
(2) stirring text combined with solid choral writing make this an ideal choice for concerts and festivals. Perfect for massed choirs or for any size choir. Starts small, builds, and then ends quietly: 'I am a small part of the world. Take my hand.' A dramatic choral work, full of strength, power and determination
(2) This song has been heard by millions around the globe as performed by pop recording artist Annie Lenox. Now, Alan adds his magical arranging talent to make it a wonderful choral setting. Add it to your next pops concert
Make a miracle - Younger choirs will delight in singing this wonderful piece. The song was featured by a mass children's choir and the Oak Ridge Boys during the half-time festivities at last year's Liberty Bowl