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TTBB: Christmas

Dear Listers,
Thanks to all of you who sent suggestions for TTB/TTBB Holiday Music.
Following is a compilation of responses. Thanks again to all who responded!
(Please pardon duplicate listings.)

Bill McIntosh
Mt. San Antonio College
Walnut, CA

1) Oh, Come, Oh, Come, Emmanuel French, 15th century
arr. James Engel
2)O Virgo Splendens Anonymous
Spanish, 14th century
3) A Virgin Most Pure–A Virgin Unspotted Traditional

4) Pater Noster Franz Biebl (b. 1906)

5) Ave Maria Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548 - 1611)

6) O Magnum Mysterium Cristóbal de Morales (c. 1500 - 1553)

7)Verbum Caro Factum Est Randall Giles (b. 1950)

8) Jubilate Deo Giovanni Gabrieli (c. 1555 - 1612)

9)Betelehemu arr. Wendell Whalum

10) In the bleak mid-winter Gustav Holst arr. Leslie Woodgate

11)Good King Wenceslas arr. Ken Rubin

12)Wassail Song arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams and Herbert
W. Pierce

13) Coventry Carol arr. Norman Gilbert

14) Deck the Halls arr. James McKelvy and David Bohn

15) I Wonder as I Wander arr. John Jacob Niles and Lewis Henry

16)March of the Kings arr. Alice Parker and Robert Shaw

17) A Christmas Garland Alfred S. Burt
All on a Christmas Morning transcribed by Hawley Ades
Star Carol
What are the Signs?
Some Children See Him
O Hearken Ye

18) Carols and Lullabies from the American Southwest Conrad Susa

19)Little Innocent Lamb Marshall Bartholomew

20) Allunde' Alluya Arr. Salli Terri

21) What Child is This? Arr. Howard Helvy

22) Sing We Now of Christmas Arr. Howard Helvy

23) Whisper! Whisper! Arr. Jay Althouse published by Alfred

24) Go Tell It ON the Mountain Arr. Marvin Curtis

25) Beatus Vir Orlando Di Lasso

26) Noel, Noel Geavert/Arr. Chas. Greyson

27) Wondrous Love Arr. Christiansen

28) Glory Hallelu! Don Besig

29) Veni Jesu Cherubini/March

30) Still, Still, Still Rodgers

31) Masters in this Hall Chartres/Burger

32) Bashanda Haba'ah Hirsh/Leavitt

33) Rise Up O Men of God 11-1535 Augsburg

34) Praise We Sing to Thee Haydn/Luvass 2505 Kjos

35) Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening : Randall Thompson

36) Go Tell it on the Mountain arr. JW Work; Presser

37) The Little Drummer Boy (arr. Simeone; piano acc), Shawnee;

38) Three Carols for Men's Voices (TBB), Halsey Stevens\

39) O regem coeli Victoria

40) As With Gladness Men of Old arr. R. Shaw

41) Christmas Song arr. Gustav Holst/G.Shrimer

42) Collections of Carol's for men Ditson, Oliver

43) Fifteen Christmas Carols arr/ Harold Geer, ECS 1976

44) Gloria in Excelsis Vivaldi's Gloria TTBB,

45) Glory Manger/bari solo/x-mas spiritual jon washburn

46) Little Drummer Boy arr. Roy Ringwald

47)Mary Had A Baby arr. Wendell Whalum, TTBB

48) Masters In This Hall arr. James McKelvy TB

49)Medieval Gloria Vijay Singh/CPP/Belwin

50) Nine Carols for Male Voices arr. R. Waughan Williams

51) Noel, Noel Stametz/ Alliance Music
52) O Tannenbaum arr. R. Shaw

53) Old & New Christmas Carols arr. Gladys Pircher, G.Schirmer

54) Psallite arr. John Leavitt/CPP

55) Sing We Now Of Christmas arr. David York, earthsongs

56) Still, Still, Still - Austrian Carol Bach/Arr. Norman

57) Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening R. Thompson (Frostiana)

58) Soldiers Hallelujah Vijay Singh

59) Zion Hears The watchmen Singing /men's duet Buxtehude

60)Bach's "Air" / Still, Still, Still / O Holy Night Alfred Pub.

61) I Believe / Ave Maria - Bach - Gounod - - arr. Beard/Tucker

62) O Holy Night / Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring Daybreak Music -
Hal Leonard Corp.
*Sheep May Safely Graze / The First Noel Alfred Pub. Chapel
*The First Noel / Pachelbel's Canon Alfred Pub Choral

Come To Us Now, Emmanuel / Still, Still, Still Alfred
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Mendelssohn / Gloria by Vivaldi Alfred
Masters In This Hall / God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Patapan/We 3 Kings of Orient Are (it's called Patapan, Noel) Alfred
While Shepherds Watched (The Echo Song) /Joy To The World Alfred Pub.

63) While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks/Sheep May Safely Graze Arr.
Keith Christopher

64) O Magnum Mysterium Jacob Handl

65) Magnificat John Taverner

66) Ante luciferum genitus Jacob Handl

67) Sir Christemus??? Carl Zytowski (set of three, I think?

68) The Yale Glee Club Book, published by Schirmer (E.C. Schirmer if not G.
Schirmer) has a lot a men's chorus stuff, some appropriate for the holiday

69) Well, there's a Swedish collection by G"ote Widlund, published by
Carl Gehrmans (CG-6125), most of which are familiar tunes to which
you could use the English if you weren't prepared to tackle the

70) If you have the time, get in touch with Danny Ray in Dallas. He is the
arranger for the Turtle Creek Chorale. His email address is
ComposerTx(a) I just bought some arrangements from him which he
revoiced for my SATB choir. If you have heard any of the CD's from the
Turtle Creek Chorale, you have a sense of his work.

71) Bill, the St. Olaf xmas CD's are full of men's choral arrangements.

Try their website.

72) Bill, sometimes SSA music can be used as a TTB song. I did it twice
with my men's chorus. You just have guys sings it in there octave.
There is a TTBB arr. of Carol of the Bells,. but you can use the SSA
arr. with a men's group also. You might take a second look at SSA and
see if ranges and text would be appropriate.
Susan Hinrichs
Amarillo, TX

73) Ave Maria, Victoria, Schirmer Music

74)Gesu Bambino, Yon, Fisher & Bro, Belwin Inc

75) Sanctus, Schubert, Plymouth Music

76) Serenade (standchen op135), Schubert, Mercury, (trust me it can be

done ttbb)
77) Still, Still, Still, Luboff, Walton Music

78)While by my Sheep, Jungst, Plymouth Music

79) Regina Coeli, arr. Vene, Belwin Mills

80) Venite Adoremus, Spevacek

81) Good King Kong, PDQ Bach

82) Gloria, Somers

83)Coventry Carol, arr. Rutter

84)As Joseph Went Walking, arr. Rutter

85) Mummer's Carol, arr. Rutter

86) Lo How a Rose, Praetorius

87)12 Days after Christmas, Silver

88) Cantique de Jean Racine, Faure

89) Carol of the Bells, Wilbousky

90) The Glory Manger, Washburn

91) Adoremius te Christus, Palestrina

92)God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, arr. Willan

93)Halleluja Chorus, Beethoven

94)Do you Hear What I Hear?, Simeone

95)Sing Noel, Petker

96)What Child is This?, arr. Helvey

97)I saw Three Ships, arr. Riese

98)Sing We Now of Christmas, arr. Helvey

99)Christmas Glory!, arr. Helvey

100)Wassail, Wassail, Vaughan Williams

101)Go Tell it on the Mourain, arr. Helvey

102)Alleluia, Amen (from Jusad Maccabaeus), Handel, arr. Davison

103)Be Thou My Vision, arr. Hunter,

104)Who is that in Yonder Star?, Young

105)Jubilate deo, Koscar

106)Ave Maria, Bruckner

107)Gloucestershire Wassail, arr. Luboff

108)Masters in this Hall Arr. Burger CPP/Belwin

109) Round and Round the Dreydl David Eddleman Kjos

110) Fum, Fum, Fum Arr. Conrad Susa

111) Go Tell it On the Mountain Arr. Harry Simeone

112) Sing We Now of Christmas Arr. David York earthsongs

113) Bring a Torch Arr. David York earthsongs

114) The Holly and the Ivy Arr. David York earthsongs

115) Salvation is Created Pavel Tschesnokov

116) Lo How a Rose Arr. Hugo Distler

117) Wassail Song R.Vaughan Williams Galaxy/ECS

118) The First Noel/Pachelbel's Canon Arr. M. Clawson Alfred

119) Gesu Bambino Pietro Yon CPP/Belwin

120) O Filii et Filiae Volckmar Leisring

121) Song of Peace Vincent Persischetti

122) Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones Arr. A.T. Davison

123) Still, Still, Still Arr. Dale Grotehuis

124) Hodie Gordon Lamb

125)Davis, Katherine
Carol of the Drum

126)Isele, David, arr.
God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
O come, O Come Emmanuel
Jingle Bells
Silver Bells

127) Jungst
Christmas Hymn

128) Kountz/Baldwin
The Sleigh ( A la Russe)

129) Niles, John Jacob
I Wonder as I Wander

130) Pedtke, Daniel, arr.
Here We Come A-Caroling
I Heard the Bells
We Wish You a Merry Christmas

131) Praetorius/Stam
Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming

132) Regney and Shayne/Simeone
Do You Hear What I Hear?

133) Shaw, Martin/Stam
The Holly and the Ivy

134) Stevens, Halsey
Four Carols
All This Night Shrill Chanticleer
What Sweeter Music
As I Out Rode This Enderes Night
A Virgin Most Pure

135) Might we suggest you look on our web site at to
view the following two publications which may "fit your bill". The two are:

"The Glory Manger" - Jon Washburn
"Yule-tide Fires" - Diane Loomer

Jaymar Music Limited
Main Web Site:
New Choral Issues Site:
E-mail: music(a)
per: Peter J. Martin, President

136)Gloria In Excelsis from "Gloria" TTBB Vivaldi-Martens Walton W9000

137) Silent Night TTBB w/Tenor solo line arr. Luboff Walton W1017

138) You need to call Yelton-Rhodes Music and talk with Roger Bourland about
his collection of TTBB holiday music. He has some excellent choices. I can
highly recommend *anything* by Dean X Johnson or Larry Moore. Yelton-Rhodes
is located in Los Angeles, phone 1-888-497-6874. You can peruse their entire
catalog on-line. I think the address is:

139) Little Lamb (TTBB a cappella) - Joel Phillips #HL50483324 (G. Schirmer
ED 4063)

140) Lo, how a Rose e'er bloomimg (TTBB a cappella) - Praetorius (English - 2
verses) #HL50293430 (G. Schirmer 1542)

141)In the Bleak Midwinter (TBB keyboard) - Rossetti/ setting Victor Cohen
Johnson Sacred Music Press #10/1947S

142) I Saw Three Ships (TTBB) -- arr. Mark Riese, ECS Pub., No. 4392

143) God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (TTBB) -- arr. Mark Riese, ECS Pub., No.
4060 (again, tough)
144) What Child is This? (TTBB) -- arr. Mark Riese, ECS Pub., No. 4394
(gorgeous harmony and not as difficult as the two listed above)
145) Sing We Now of Christmas (TTBB with cello and guitar) -- arr. David York
and Bryan Johanson, Earthsongs Pub. (the favorite with my men at the moment
and my favorite from the set of three)

146) Three Hanukkah Songs (TTBB) -- arr. Charles Baker, Yelton Rhodes pub.,
no. YR2600v1 (challenge lies in learning the Hebrew and Yiddish)
147)Masters In This Hall (TBB, a cappella) -- arr. Dave Burger, Columbia
Pictures Pub., no. SV8221 (unfortunately this simple and lovely piece may be
out of print

148)Child of God Crocker HLeonard Pub TTB

149) In the Bleak MidWinter V Johnson Lorenz TTB

150) Tollite Hostias Saint-Saens/Mulder BriLee TTB

151) Gloucestershire Wassail - pub. Lawson Gould #52412

152) Rejoice and Sing - Fred Bock #BG2144

153) Coventry carol - Oxford #85.002

154)Sweet Little Jesus Boy - Carl fischer CM2194

155) Mary Had A Baby - Tuskegee - T119

156) Jesus, Jesus, Rest your head - Music 70 - M70-668

157) Silent Night - Morning Star- MSM-50-1014

158) Four Carols - Halsey Stevens - Peer International

159) Three Early Christmas Carols - Arr. Robert Powell

160) Mary Did You Know - Fred Bock

Dear colleagues,
Thanks for the responses suggesting music for men's choir for a Christmas

> Ron Nelson: Sleep, little one (this appears to be only available in SSA
> format now)
> How about Franz Biebl's Ave Maria for TTBB? OK, there are a couple of trio
> passages, and an introductory chant, but these could perhaps be done by a
> small group of singers instead of one on a part. I think your singers
> might well find the sheer richness of the harmonies makes this popular
> piece worth the effort.
> I have a little piece the choral director at Cornell wrote, Verses for
> Advent, for men. About 2 minutes, really a neat piece once you get the
> weird harmonic change toward the end.
> Magnificat by Healey Willan - 4 minutes - uses both chant and lush,
> four-part harmony - Cypress Choral Music CP 1074
> We (Augsburg Fortress) have a new collection coming out for men's voices -
> Augsburg Choirbook for Men - in it is a setting titled "Midnight Clear"
> arranged by Robert Scholz. Bob did it for his Viking Chorus at St. Olaf a
> number of years ago. The setting is originally be Russell-Shultz-Widmar
> and is a new tune to the "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear" text......the
> SATB setting has been a winner for us over the past 8 years and has Bob
> Scholz
> received many requests for his TTBB version. There will also be orchestral
> pts available later in the year, otherwise organ or piano is lovely.
> Are you familiar with Mack Wilberg's "Videntes Stellam Magi" for men's
> voices, five woodwinds, piano, & drum? It is a great Christmas dance
> published by Oxford.
Check Yelton Rhodes music. They have a great list of music for men's choir.

I also looked through a long compilation of suggestions of this kind of
repertoire, which is in the Choralist archives. There are dozens of ideas,
but upon investigating I few I discovered that several are now out of print
or only available in other voicings.

Thanks again, and have a good weekend,

Kriin Nielsen
As you can see from the subject line, this is the second compilation of
music for TTBB choir for Christmas. My first compilation prompted several
more responses.
Kirin Nielsen

I have an arrangement for men and piano, due out from Boosey and Hawkes in a
few weeks. AS LATELY WE WATCHED, is a lovely Austrian Carol. It is in
English or German.
Wayland Rogers

My opinion is that "Sing dem Herrn" will provide a fine addition your

*SING DEM HERRN (5-voice canon) is published by Warner Brothers; the order
number is SV8640. Michael Praetorius (d. 1621) composed this canon for 2 to
5 voices in any combination, and Wallace De Pue arranged it. Both English
and German texts are present. As a processional, this piece is tops! It
is a "best seller" for Warner Brothers, and was adopted by the Men's Chorus
of Bowling Green State University as its traditional processional. The
English text is:

Sing to the Lord, Alleluia!
We all love Him.
Praise to His name! Sing it with timbrel and harp!
Sing to the Lord, Alleluia!

The vocal range is (D1-d2) EASY

You may also consider:

ALLELUIA! "Psalm 150" (TTBB) by Louis Lewandowski is the mother of all
great settings of this biblical text. Wallace De Pue has arranged
Lewandowski's dynamic composition in such a manner that he believes the
composer would be greatly pleased. His arrangement has been performed all
over America and has received public acclaim. An artist chorus is needed to
present this piece.
The text is:

Praise the Lord in his holiness!
Praise the Lord in his firmament!

Praise the Lord in the firmament of His power!
Praise the Lord according to His greatness.
Praise Him with psaltry and harp.
Praise Him with sound of the trumpet.
Praise Him with timbrel and dancing.

O praise Him with instumental strings.
O praise ye the Lord on cymbals loud and strong.

Let every thing, all that have breath, praise the Lord.
Praise ye now the Lord!


You could do the world premiere of:

O MAGNUM MYSTERIUM (TTBB double men's chorus) was created as an antiphonal
piece in Latin. Florid counterpoint and rich harmonies cause an atmosphere
of peace and beauty. This is a piece that can provide great contrast to a
monochrome program, or begin a concert or service in a novel manner through
placing one choir on the stage and another in a balcony. Only excellent
choirs should consider this work. The music is not difficult, however the
basses must sing a "Great D" while the tenors must sing a "Bb 1." #4
You are welcome to a CD containing items one and two if you are interested.
Wallace De Pue

There is a really cool piece called "Noel Canon" (I think that's the title)
by Steven Sametz. It's on Chanticleer's Sing we Christmas CD as well as on
Christmas with The Princeton Singers. It's lively and fun and does require
four-part men. Not sure if it's published, but if it is, it may be Oxford.

I also highly recommend the Alfred Burt Carols... What wonderful text and
music! I'm sure there are arrangements available for TTBB or, if there
aren't, they're so singable, you wouldn't have any problem adjusting the
SATB version for all male voices.
You can find out much more at this website:

May I suggest that you have a look at RVW's
Nine Carols for Men's Voices.
There is a wonderful variety in the setthe
high/low pitch ranges are not extreme, and
the settings themselves are first-rate.
I believe it is published by Oxford University Press.

BETHLEHEM DOWN (TTB) by John Biggs. See it listed at:
I would like to thank all of you for your help and I have some great ideas for music to do with my advanced male choir.

MY ORIGIONAL POST WAS - It is always difficult to find music for advanced male choirs, I am interested in your suggestions for christmas/winter music that can be done by a good high school or college men's choir. It can be TTB but I would prefer TTBB. The music can be in any language and form any time period. Let me know what you have had great success and ill post my findings. Thanks in advance

Your responses …..

Of course I am at home at not at work, and the composer eludes me, but Ave Marie Stella is LOVELY and quite challenging, a cappella with some solo moments. Done well, it will send chills.

There's always that classic crowd-pleaser, Franz Biebl's Ave Maria for TTBB.

Scott Gillam
NAS Choral Music Rental Library (
"Musica divina laudis celebrari." (old proverb)
Check out *Verbum Patris umanatur* in the New Oxford Book of Carols& I have a version of it that accumulates from 1 to 4 vvfun item!

Hope this helps,
Robert A.M. Ross, Artistic Director
Voces Novae et Antiquae
Philadelphia, PA (USA)
You will like "A Splash of Christmas" by Leo Schwartz,
It's a very well written composition for TTBB chorus and piano incorporating
quite a few carols. It's also a lot of fun. You may reach Leo at

Steven A. Russell
Daniel Pinkham's Christmas Cantata is also published
for TTBB. And it has a great sound with all men.

Ray Rhoads
Director of Choral Activities
Reading Area Community College
Reading, PA
Check Yelton Rhodes Music. Their website is, and they've published a LOT of male chorus music. We just performed and recorded "Winter Solstic Moon," which is based on Hopi native tunes - very lovely and haunting.

Patrick Coyle
Artistic Director
Cincinnati Men's Chorus
I am the conductor of a chorus in LA. For our holiday concert, we will be
performing a new piece by composer David Long, called "A New December." It
is for 3 part men's chorus. I have performed this piece as a trio, and its
really wonderful. Great lyrics, a nice flowing line and accompaniment. You
can check it out at the publisher's website, Here's a link
to David's bio on the site, all of his pieces are listed there. Good luck!˜

Karlan Judd
Artistic Director, West Coast Singers
The Cecilian Singers Press publishes two arrangements, Coventry carol, and
Gloucestershire Wassail, for men's voices. My professional men have done
both. The Coventry Carol was used by the University of Michigan Men's Glee,
both in their program and for a statewide Male Chorus day with selected high
school singers joining them. The Gloucestershire Wassail is more demanding,
but accessible. I would be glad to send sample copies if you're interested.
James C. Myers, Musical Director
The Cecilian Singers of Columbus

You may be interested in my setting for unaccompanied TTBB men's chorus of "A Country Boy in Winter," a poem by 19th Century American poet Sarah Orne Jewett. It is a light, fun, playful piece. Duration approx. 3 & 1/2 minutes. It was premiered March 5, 2004, at the Society of Composers National Conference. The full text appears below, and a pdf file of the score is attached. I'd be happy to forward a hardcopy perusal score by regular mail if you would prefer. Please let me know if you decide to perform the piece.


Greg Bartholomew

Email: info(a)
I have two pieces for Advent and Christmas that were commissioned by Axel Theimer of St. John's University for the SJU Men's Chorus. The first is Tota Pulchra/Ave Maria and the second is Puer Natus Est, the third of the series is for Epiphany - Omnes de Saba. All are TTBB. If you are interested in looking at them or hearing a sample I can send you something.


Dr. Anne Kilstofte
Hamline University
St. Paul, MN/
2004-2005 Fulbright Scholar
Estonian Academy of Music
Tallinn, Estonia
"As Lately We Watched" for TTB and piano. Austrian carol (Die Hirten auf dem Felde) arranged by Wayland Rogers. English and German. Available this summer from Boosey and Hawkes.

Wayland Rogers

Wayland Rogers
2236 West Dickens
Chicago, IL 60647
Ralph Vaughan Williams (arr.) - Wassail Song
Steven Sametz - Noel!
Michael Cox - O Holy Child
Conrad Susa - The Chanticleer's Carol
Conrad Susa - Carols and Lullabies
Conrad Susa - A Christmas Garland
James McKelvy (arr.) - Deck the Hall (in 7/8)
Daniel Pinkham - Christmas Cantata
Joel Phillips - Little Lamb
Wendell Whalum (arr.) - Betelehemu
David Conte - A Stable Lamp is Lighted
Jon Washburn (arr.) - The Glory Manger
Diane Loomer - Yuletide Fires
Michael Sitton - The Gentyle Storke
Diane Loomer - Ave Maris Stella
Franz Biebl - Ave Maria
Morten Lauridsen - O Magnum Mysterium
Gustav Holst - In the bleak midwinter
Alfred Burt - Carols
Sergei Rachmaninoff - Bogoroditse Devo
Ambroz Copi - De Maria Virgine
John Chorbajian - My Gift
Mark Riese (arr.) - What Child is This?
Mark Riese (arr.) - I Saw Three Ships
Randall Thompson - Alleluia
Randall Thompson - Nowel (Nativity According to St. Luke)
Norman Luboff (arr.) - Still, Still, Still

Frank Albinder
Music Director
Washington Men's Camerata
Woodley Ensemble
The Virginia Glee Club of
The University of Virginia
(202) 986-5867
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William C. Fields
Dear Listers,
The the compilation of beginning mens repertoire for the Christmas
There are some duplicates so those would be a given.
Have a great day.

from Charley Garrett:
A book called Yultide Favorites Barbershop Style. TTBB.
He suggests saving $2.00 per song book by joining the Barbershop
Harmony Society Chapter.

>From Christopher Borges
Born, Born in Betherlehem. Arranged by Donald Moore. His arr. for TB
are quite singable and enjoyable.

>From Dr. Patricia Corbin
Soldier's Hallelujah by Vijah Singh. TB ACappella. Very Singable.

>From Greg Lapp.
He suggests more of Vijah Singh. and his websight
for Brosscum Publications. or reach him at
Behold That Star. two part acappella.
Boar's Head Carol with flexible voicing.

>From Frank Albinder
Of the Father's Love Begotton and O Come Emmanuel. arr. Engel. Morning
Lo How a Rose E'er Blooming, Praetorius, arr. Davison, ECS
Ave Maris Stella, arr. Loomer, Cypress
Boar's Head Carol. arr. Parker'Shaw, Lawson-Gould
Who is He in yonder Stall, Young, Plymouth
Betelehemu, arr. Whalum, Lawson-Gould
March of the Kings, arr. Parker/Shaw, Lawson-Gould
Gloria ad modum tubae, Dufay
O Sing for Joy, arr. Royer, Plymouth

>From Rusty Keesler
Noel, Noel / Vijah Singh / Brilee Music BL212
Two Christmas Plainsongs for Male Chorus / arr. James Engel / Morning
Star pub. MSM-50-1901
O Come, O Come Emmanuel and Of the Father's Love Begotten. Mostly
unison with a little divisi on O Come.

Musica Dei (The Gift of music) Mary Lynn Lightfoot. TTB Heritage
Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming. arr. Roger Emerson, TBB/ Hal Leonard

>From Thomas Rinn
Hanerot Halalu arr. Chass. Two Part. Mark Foster
Deck the Hall
arr. Farnell TB. Alliance pub.
What Swetter Music. Butler. Two Part
Masters in This Hall. Borger. TTB. Out of Print - but excellent if you
can find it.
Three Holiday Glorias. Moore.TB.BriLee Music
Children, Go Where I Send Thee. Crocker. TTB
Mary Had a Baby. Emerson.TTB
Christmas Songs for Tenor/Bass Chorus. Christopher. TB/TTB
Star of the East. Crocker. TTB
While My Sheep. Bennett. TTB
Born in Bethlehem. Moore. TTB. BriLee
Noel, Noel, Sinhn.TB. Brilee
The Sheperd's Spiritual.Moore.TB

>From Joy Hirokawa
The Shepherd's Spiritual. arr. Donald Moore. Brilee Music.
Medley for Christmas. arr. a Siltman, Cambiata Press.
The Reindeer Rap. arr. Sally Albrect. Alfred Publishers.
Here are some not Christmas, but Joy found they worked well.
Condfish Shanty. arr. ViJay Singh. BriLee Music
Vive L'Amour arr. Bob Siltman. Cambiata Press.
Drill Ye Tarriers. arr. Emily Crocker. Hal Leonard
Boatman Stomp arr. Michael Gray. G. Schirmer.
Sea Feber. arr. Sherri Porterfield. Heritage press.
The Lion Sleeps Tonight. arr. Jeff Funk. Warner Bros.
Sing Me A Song of a Lad That is Gone . Sherri Porterfield. Studio PR.
Buffalo Gals, arr. Dan krunnfusz. Walton Music.