Sound Investment – Christmas Music

The Secret of ChristmasMusic Score, All Voices (Vocal Majority)

The Twelve Days of ChristmasMusic Score, Straight, No Chaser from the Holiday Spirits Album, Sound Investment, YouTube

All Through The NightMusic Score, Recording

AlleluiaMusic Score, Recording

Ave MariaMusic Score, Recording (All parts), Tenor 1, Tenor 2, Baritone, Bass

Boar’s Head CarolMusic Score, Lyrics, Lyrics from Doug Lee, Sound Investment, Boar’s Head and Virgin Mary Lyrics

Carol of the BellsMusic Score, Recording (All parts), Tenor 1, Tenor 2, Baritone, Bass

Coventry CarolMusic Score, Lyrics, Recording, YouTube (Washington Mens Camarata)

Do You Hear What I Hear Music Score, Lyrics, All Voices, Tenor 1, Tenor 2, Baritone, Bass

Feliz Navidad Tom Gentry – Music Score, Feliz Navidad Track 1 – Full Performance – Barbershop Harmony Society, Feliz Navidad Track 2 – Accompaniment only – Barbershop Harmony Society, Feliz Navidad Track 3 – Tenor – Barbershop Harmony Society, Feliz Navidad Track 4 – Lead – Barbershop Harmony Society, Feliz Navidad Track 5 – Baritone – Barbershop Harmony Society, Feliz Navidad Track 6 – Bass – Barbershop Harmony Society

Five Appalachian Carols – Arranged for Octet and Chorus, As sung by the Bowdoin Meddiebempsters – Five Appalachian Carols – music score, As sung by the Bowdoin Meddiebempsters

Irish BlessingMusic Score, Lyrics, All Voices (The Ritz), Tenor 1, Tenor 2, Baritone, Bass

Jesus Jesus Rest Your HeadMusic Score, Recording, Tenor 1, Tenor 2, Baritone, Bass

Jingle Bells Medley / Jingle Bell RockMusic Score, Recording, YouTube

Jingle Bell RockMusic Score, All Parts, Tenor 1, Tenor 2, Baritone, Bass

Little Saint NickMusic Score, All Voices, Tenor 1, Tenor 2, Baritone, Bass, Video (SI 2020)

The Virgin Mary had a baby boyMusic Score, Lyrics, Lyrics from Doug Lee, Sound Investment recording

 

Note: The Coventry Carol was traditionally performed in Coventry in England as part of a mystery play called The Pageant of the Shearmen and Tailors. The carol is the second of three songs included in the Pageant of the Shearmen and Tailors, a nativity play that was one of the Coventry Mystery Plays, originally performed by the city’s guilds. The play depicts the Christmas story from chapter two in the Gospel of Matthew: the carol itself refers to the Massacre of the Innocents, in which Herod ordered all male infants under the age of two in Bethlehem to be killed, and takes the form of a last lullaby sung by mothers of the doomed children.
The music contains a well-known example of a Picardy third. The author is unknown; the oldest known text was written down by Robert Croo in 1534, and the oldest known setting of the melody dates from 1591.)

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