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Housetop Holiday Jam! - Score and Parts Sheet Music

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Arranger Tyler S. Grant
Composer Benjamin Hanby
Publisher FJH Music Company
Scored For Concert Band
Pages 42
Format FOLIO
$45.00 (USD)
Scored For: Concert Band
Composer: Benjamin Hanby
Features: Folio
$45.00 (USD)
Feature practically every section in the band with this rock-style version of Up on the Housetop, complete with optional drumset. After a brief lyrical opening featuring solo trumpet, drumset and a grooving bass line take over. A fun feature section takes the melody and spreads it out among various sections, each in a different key, while percussion is used to link everything together. A great way to expose students to music written by one of their peers! (2:00)