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Various Arrangers: Novelty Christmas

Song NameComposerArrangerVoicingAs Performed By
Christmas In A MinuteJeffrey BiegelSATBPreview
I Want A Hippopotamus for ChristmasJohn RoxDeke SharonSATBGayla PeeveyPreview
Christmas Time Is HereLee MendelsonMichele WeirSATBPreview
Up on the HousetopKirby ShawSATBPreview
Ding-a Ding-a DingGreg GilpinSATBPreview

Add some fun to your Christmas shows! "I Want A Hippopotamus for Christmas" - If you've been looking for a fresh, playful holiday song to put a big smile on everyone's face, look no further! This forgotten classic from the late 1950's big, bright, brassy, and sassy, with the melody shared by all four voice parts, and even a section where the group becomes a (vocal) brass band. It is a Dr. Demento Christmas staple. "Up on the Housetop" - "Bring me an iPhone with lots of apps" - this jazzy update to the traditional Christmas song really connects with the good little boys and girls of the wired generation! Easily customized with your own personal gift list, this will be a perfect holiday novelty song for concerts and caroling gigs alike! The impeccable Michele Weir touch is clearly evident in this warm un-accompanied arrangement of the Charlie Brown classic song "Christmas Time Is Here". Bells are associated with the holiday season as well as celebratory and inspirational tributes and events. "Ding-a Ding-a Ding" will be your favorite choral imitating the ring and sound of bells. Polyphonic and homophonic sections play off each other and add to the diverse sound. Based on Chopin's Minute Waltz, this lighter arrangement called "Christmas In A Minute" will lift any group to a new level. An excellent encore!

Item code: 7214B | Sheet Music | $8.95 |add item to cart
Contemporary | A Cappella | SATB
Related: Novelty Christmas Songs Arrangements
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