Alegria - TTBB - Mark Burrows
TTBB with piano.
Christmas Collection - Sing in the Barbershop Quartet Volume 5 - TTBB
TTBB, book and CD.
Fantasia on Christmas Carols - Bar Solo with TTBB - Ralph Vaughan Williams
For Men Only - TBB - Roger Emerson
TTB a cappella, Here is a unique collection of holiday songs arranged for men's chorus. Ideal for concert programming, traveling or recruiting concerts, it features six Emerson originals and arrangements never before available in TBB voicings. Includes: The Christ Child is Born; Mary Had a ...
Hodie! - TTBB - John Leavitt
TTBB with piano, Utilizing a traditional Latin text, fiery piano accompaniment and mixed meters, John Leavitt's popular festival piece is challenging, but definitely worth the extra effort. Use the optional percussion to further intensify this dramatic Christmas anthem.
Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming - TTB - Roger Emerson
TBB with piano, his male chorus setting of the familiar chorale offers a number of options for the developing ensemble. Perform the traditional a cappella version or use the contemporary piano accompaniment for an interesting stylistic contrast.
Nine Carols For Male Voices - TTBB - Vaughan Williams, Ralph
TTBB a capella, titles are: God Rest You Merry, As Joseph was Awalking, Mummer's Carol, The First Nowell, The Lord At First, Coventry Carol, I Saw Three Ships, a Virgin most Pure, Dives And Lazarus.
Rise up Shepherd And Follow - TTB - Roger Emerson
TTB with piano, Whether you choose the mixed or men's choir edition, this arrangement from Roger Emerson's popular series of spirituals will be a rousing addition to your Christmas or concert repertoire
Run To The Manger - TTBB A Cappella - Kirby Shaw
TTBB a cappella. This original a cappella Christmas spiritual is packed with rhythmic vitality and inspiring lyrics. Features a great hook and call-and-response solos.
The Little Road to Bethlehem - TTBB - Michael Head / Margaret Rose
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