Holiday & Seasonal


  • CHRISTMAS DINNER A folky song written by Paul Stookey (of Peter, Paul & Mary), this piece warms the heart during a cold time of year.
  • CHRISTMAS FUN MEDLEY Picture a combination of "Jingle Bells," "Winter Wonderland," "Frosty the Snow Man,""Here Comes Santa Claus" and "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas." Pretty nice picture, eh?
  • CHRISTMAS IN THREE MINUTES One of the most cheerful messes you will ever encounter, this potpourri crams a ton of tunes into 180 seconds. Think you can count them all in real time? We doubt it...
  • CHRISTMAS MEDLEY 15-page production number done by the Louisville Thoroughbreds
  • CHRISTMAS SHOES, THE A country song with lots of heart, this seasonal song will have your audiences reaching for their hankies. Feature your lead on this one.
  • FA-LA-LA These lyrics from "Deck the Hall" are transplanted onto various other pieces, resulting in much good cheer.
  • FELIZ NAVIDAD Wish your audiences a Merry Christmas in bilingual fashion. This lively chart is written for four voices plus percussion instruments. The BHS publishes the men's version.
  • GROWN-UP CHRISTMAS LIST Arranged for eight-part mixed voices, this Amy Grant song is a wish list for a better world. So get together with a chorus or quartet of the other gender and move your audiences' hearts with this gem.
  • HOLLY JOLLY CHRISTMAS Johnny Marks wrote this most happy, lively tune. It just plain feels good.
  • I WANT A HIPPOPOTAMUS FOR CHRISTMAS  A novelty hit for child singer Gayla Peevey in 1953, this seasonal tune is just strange enough to be fun for you and your audiences.
  • I WONDER WHAT YOU'RE DOING FOR CHRISTMAS Written by a fellow from Dallas, this song is of professional quality. Hear why the Vocal Majority and Second Edition have performed this lovely seasonal song.
  • I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS  There are not many lovelier, more poignant ballads than this seasonal one.
  • JAMAICAN NOEL lively Christmas song; each part gets a solo
  • LET THERE BE PEACE ON EARTH show closer with a great message. The men's version of this arrangement is published by the BHS.
  • MACOMB CHRISTMAS MEDLEY Not many arrangements are listed in both Inspirational and Comedy, but this medley is one big happy mix. Your holiday audiences are sure to enjoy this potpourri.
  • MAN WITH THE BAG, THE Everybody's waiting for him. And who is he? Why, Santa Claus, of course. Your group will enjoy singing this slick tune.
  • MARKS MEDLEY seasonal: "Have a Holly Jolly Christmas" and "Silver & Gold"
  • MARY, DID YOU KNOW A powerful, reverent song, this piece is a hit at Christmas or any other time of year. Available in male, female and mixed voices.
  • MERRY CHRISTMAS, DARLING  The Carpenters' moving hit is available in various versions: women's, men's, mixed and as a solo plus four parts for a chorus specialty number.
  • MERRY CHRISTMAS POLKA This happy seasonal song is easy to learn and perform. Hey, you may even may be able to get your audience up and dancing.
  • SANTA BABY  Originally arranged for a female soloist with men's quartet or chorus, the piece is now available for five women's voice parts. This seductive song is cool, hot and fun.
  • SANTA CLAUS PARADE, THE seasonal or as part of contest set, a fun march
  • SING LULLABY  What a sweet Christmas tune this is.  Your group will enjoy singing a lullaby to the baby Jesus.
  • SLEIGH RIDE Inspired by the Andy Williams version of the holiday song, this arrangement features five key changes. That makes for a most energetic piece, for sure.
  • VIRGIN MARY (HAD A BABY BOY)  Lots of rhythmic interest in this Christmas tune.  It somehow manages to be both calm and lively at the same time.
  • YOU AIN'T GETTIN' DIDDLY SQUAT quite humorous Christmas tune about a kid who has been bad.
  • YOU MEET THE NICEST PEOPLE Light and sweet, this Christmas tune will add sparkle to your holiday shows.

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