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10 Christmas Songs For Solo Voice
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10 Christmas Songs For Solo Voice

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Medium High
Arranger Mark Hayes
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 18916

Price: $15.99

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10 Christmas Songs For Solo Voice Arranged by Mark Hayes. For Medium High. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 18916, UPC: 038081170848)

Award winning composer, arranger, pianist and recording artist Mark Hayes has crafted an exquisite anthology of Christmas arrangements for solo voice, including traditional carols, art songs, masterworks and spirituals. Reflecting the arranger's mastery of vocal accompaniment, the piano partners with the voice in true art song style. Available in medium high and medium low voicings, this collection also features accompaniment and full-performance recordings on compact disc with Mark Hayes at the piano.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AWAY IN A MANGER HAYES,MARK  
BRING A TORCH JEANNETTE ISABELLA HAYES,MARK  
COVENTRY CAROL,THE HAYES,MARK  
GESU BAMBINO HAYES,MARK  
JESUS OH WHAT A WONDERFUL CHILD HAYES,MARK  
LO HOW A ROSE E'ER BLOOMING HAYES,MARK  
MIDNIGHT NOEL HAYES,MARK  
O HOLY NIGHT HAYES,MARK  
SILENT NIGHT HAYES,MARK  
SING JOY HAYES,MARK  

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