Masters in This Hall – Trad. English, arr. Harry Simeone
In the Bleak Midwinter –Christina Rosetti, arr.Harold Darke
Wassail Song –Trad. English, arr. Vaughan Von Williams
Gloria from Gloria –Antonia Vivaldi
This is the whole piece. We’re singing only the first movement for Christmas.
Throw the Yule Log On, Uncle John Schickele – PDQ Bach
Why Can’t We Have Christmas the Whole Year Round – arr. Robert DeCormier
Snow from White Christmas – Irving Berlin, arr. Mark Brymer
Deck the Halls –Trad. Welsh – Sing Along
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas– Ralph Blane & Hugh Martin, arr. Chancellor Wyman – Sing Along
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! – Sammy Cahn & Julie Styne, arr. Ed Lojeski – Sing Along
Take Care of this House from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue – Leonard Bernstein, arr. Arnold Freed
There’s No Place Like Home for the Holidays -Al Stillman & Robert Allen, arr. Mark Hayes
White Christmas – Irving Berlin, arr. Roy Ringwald
Winter Wonderland – Dick Smith & Felix Bernard, arr. Andy Beck
Hallelujah from Messiah – George Frideric Handel
Information about Vivaldi’s Gloria:
Although there are many interpretations of Vivaldi’s baroque masterpiece, one of Joëlle’s favorites is by the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, conducted by Sir Neville Marriner with Barbara Hendricks, soprano and Ann Murray, mezzo-soprano.
Practice tracks can be found at Choralia.net.
- All parts of all choral numbers are available.
- You have a choice of 3 different audios; one with metronome, a second with solo voice only, and a third with all voices together.
- You can slow down the track’s tempo, increase/decrease the volume of either the organ accompaniment or vocal track, and download the MP3 to your computer/phone.
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