Christmas Music

Full Score
Choir Only*

Away In A Manger

Soprano and Alto Duet



This arrangement moves between all three melodies of this popular Christmas carol (secular, hymnbook, and Primary "asleep asleep" versions).

Silent Night

SATB with soprano or child solo

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Slow, melodic version of this timeless Christmas hymn with rich vocal harmonies.


Silent Night Bonus: Listen to recording by Utah State University Chamber Singers, under the direction of Dr. Cory Evans, conducted by Irvin T. Nelson, solo by Tamsyn Anderson, 21 November 2006.

Silent Night Bonus: Download easy-to-read rehearsal score (choir parts for piano)

Silent Night Bonus: Download Large-Print Piano Score for Performance


What Child Is This?

Violin (or flute) and Cello Duet with Harp (or piano) accompaniment



Arrangment of the familiar My Lady Greensleeves melody with a Celtic feel.

*DOWNLOADING TIP: Each choral arrangement has two downloadable versions: 1) the full score, which includes accompanyment; and 2) the choral vocal parts only. Download both. Make copies of the full score for the conductor and accomanyist. Save paper and photocopying costs by making copies of the vocal parts only for choir members. Many of the vocal parts are only two pages long; if you make two-sided copies, you can get by with just one sheet of paper for each choir member, eliminating the mess of stapling and hassle/noise of turning multiple pages.

PRINTING TIP: I suggest you print with Adobe, not Explorer. After you download, the music will appear in a window with two toolbars. The top bar is Explorer. It has a printer symbol on it towards the right side. Don't use it. There will be another toolbar below the "Address" line. This is the Adobe toolbar. The leftmost symbol is a "save" icon (you may want use this to save a copy of the music onto your hard drive.) The second icon from the left is a printer symbol. Use this one to print; you'll get a higher quality printout.

PHOTOCOPYING TIP: Save money in the long run. Rather than making copies onto standard 20# photocopy paper, spend just a little more and use 24# extra-white paper. You can get a ream of this paper at any office supply store, such as Staples. This paper is much brighter, stronger, and opaque than standard paper, which makes it much more suitable for storage in your music library for later re-use. It also makes far better 2-sided copies that don't bleed through, which are actually less expensive than single sided copies onto standard paper.
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