Are You Singing Your Favorite Christmas Songs? New SATB and more!

Christmas Tree LargeIf you’re like many of us here, you’re probably humming along to the Christmas music playing in the store or you’re getting ready for your holiday concert.

This year, is pleased to present you with a broader selection of arrangements for Christmas songs that you can sing along to. We have quite a few Singer Pro arrangements of Christmas songs that you can browse through like this popular medley of Carol of the Bells and Sing We Now of Christmas by BarlowGirl.

For those of you in a choir, we’ve added several new choral arrangements of Christmas sheet music and will have more on the way. Choose from traditional Christmas carols like the Hallelujah Chorus or popular holiday songs like Believe by Josh Groban in a choral arrangement.

If you’re looking for more traditional Christmas carols or Christmas solos for vocalists, we have hundreds of songs to choose from. Our broad selection of Christmas sheet music for vocalists highlights several music styles including hymns, traditional carols, contemporary holiday songs and more!

This year, let your voice ring clear and pick a song that’s right for you. Choose from songs like:

For more holiday songs, be sure to visit our Christmas sheet music page. Be sure to read our post about Deciphering Singer Pro Sheet Music and Finding Your Vocal Range if you have any questions about how to find the song that’s right for you.

So what are you waiting for? Find your favorite holiday song and sing, sing, sing!!!

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  1. Dr. Iris Biely

    What does SATB stand for?

    • Monica

      SATB refers to a four-part choral arrangement for Soprano / Alto / Tenor / Bass.

  2. elle

    Do you have downloadable accompaniments?

    • Monica

      Most of the arrangements come with the accompaniment as part of the download. You can see whether or not a song has an accompaniment when you preview the arrangement on our site.

  3. Sybil

    Hi, I like that Christmas tree, who did it?
    Kind regards

  4. jonel

    hello…. advance merry xmas,,, i would like to ask if you have free downloadable arrangement of John Denver’s “Please Daddy don’t get drunk this christmas”?

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