Jingle Bell Rock

Jingle Bell Rock
You will receive the full track upon your purchase
  1. 1.
    Accompaniment (152bpm)
    0:27
  2. 2.
    Accompaniment (125bpm)
    0:33
  3. 3.
    Accompaniment + Part I
    0:33
Instrument: 2-Part Voices
Words and Music: Joe Beal and Jim Boothe
Key: D Major
Arranged by: Alan Billingsley
Metronome: C = 125/152
Lyrics start: "Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell rock.."

“Jingle Bell Rock”  is an American popular Christmas song first released by Bobby Helms in 1957 (after it was recorded in October 1957). It has received frequent airplay in the United States during every Christmas season since then.

“Jingle Bell Rock” was composed by Joseph Carleton Beal (1900–1967) and James Ross Boothe (1917–1976). This version is arranged for 2-Part Voices and Piano by Alan Billingsley.

Beal was a Massachusetts-born public relations professional and longtime resident of South Ocean Avenue in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and Boothe was an American writer in the advertising business

“Jingle Bell Rock” has been performed by many, but Helms’ version is the best known. The song’s title and some of its lyrics are an extension of the old Christmas standard, “Jingle Bells“. It makes brief references to other popular songs of the 1950s, such as “Rock Around the Clock“, and mentions going to a “Jingle hop“. An electric guitar played by Hank Garland can be heard playing the first notes of the chorus of “Jingle Bells”. Backup singers were the Anita Kerr Quartet.

There are several purchase options available:

  1. Accompaniment (2 tracks with 2 different tempi)
  2. Accompaniment with Part I
  3. Accompaniment with Part II
  4. Full Track (all of the above)

You can purchase the sheet music here.

 

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Product Description

“Jingle Bell Rock”  is an American popular Christmas song first released by Bobby Helms in 1957 (after it was recorded in October 1957). It has received frequent airplay in the United States during every Christmas season since then.

“Jingle Bell Rock” was composed by Joseph Carleton Beal (1900–1967) and James Ross Boothe (1917–1976). This version is arranged for 2-Part Voices and Piano by Alan Billingsley.

Beal was a Massachusetts-born public relations professional and longtime resident of South Ocean Avenue in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and Boothe was an American writer in the advertising business

“Jingle Bell Rock” has been performed by many, but Helms’ version is the best known. The song’s title and some of its lyrics are an extension of the old Christmas standard, “Jingle Bells“. It makes brief references to other popular songs of the 1950s, such as “Rock Around the Clock“, and mentions going to a “Jingle hop“. An electric guitar played by Hank Garland can be heard playing the first notes of the chorus of “Jingle Bells”. Backup singers were the Anita Kerr Quartet.

There are several purchase options available:

  1. Accompaniment (2 tracks with 2 different tempi)
  2. Accompaniment with Part I
  3. Accompaniment with Part II
  4. Full Track (all of the above)

You can purchase the sheet music here.

 

Additional Information

Divisions

Full Track (all of above), Accompaniment, Accompaniment + Part I, Accompaniment + Part II

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