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Best Time of The Year, The

Best Time of The Year, The

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Instrumental Accompaniment Set
Composer Keith Christopher
Arranger Keith Christopher
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 08200256
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Best Time of The Year, The Composed by Keith Christopher. Arranged by Keith Christopher. For Instrumental Accompaniment Set. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08200256, UPC: 073999907803)

Joy...peace...home...children...these are the words that come to mind when Christmas is in the air. Celebrate all the special joys of the season in song with this choral revue arranged by Keith Christopher, with performance suggestions by John Jacobson. Featuring some of the most beloved carols and Christmas songs of all time, each section highlights holiday traditions both old and new. Enjoy an expanded orchestration that sparkles with Christmas spirit on the accompaniment CD. Best of all, the sections are flexible, so that you can create your own unique Christmas spectacular. Sections include: I. Opening, II. Tradition, III. Children, IV. Home, V. Joy, VI. Celebration. Performance Time: 30 minutes.

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