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Big Note Christmas Favorites

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Voicing/Format Big Note Piano Folio
Composer English Carol
Arranger Dan Fox
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Big Note Songbook
Catalog # 00240164

Price: $6.99

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Product Description

Big Note Christmas Favorites Composed by English Carol. Arranged by Dan Fox. For Big Note Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00240164, UPC: 073999401646)

A collection of favorites including: Angels We Have Heard on High · Joy to the World · O Holy Night · Silent Night · What Child Is This? · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH FOX  
AULD LANG SYNE FOX  
AWAY IN A MANGER FOX  
COVENTRY CAROL,THE FOX  
DECK THE HALL FOX  
DECK THE HALLS (WITH BOUGHS OF HOLLY) FOX  
FIRST NOEL,THE FOX  
FIRST NOEL,THE (NOWELL) FOX  
FRIENDLY BEASTS,THE FOX ENGLISH CAROL  
IT CAME UPON THE MIDNIGHT CLEAR FOX  
JINGLE BELLS FOX PIERPONT,JAMES  
JOY TO THE WORLD FOX  
O CHRISTMAS TREE FOX  
O CHRISTMAS TREE (O TANNENBAUM) FOX  
O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL (ADESTE FIDELIS) FOX  
O HOLY NIGHT FOX  
O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM FOX  
SILENT NIGHT FOX  
TOYLAND FOX HERBERT/MACDNOUGH  
WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE FOX HOPKINS JR,JOHN H  
WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS FOX  
WHAT CHILD IS THIS (GREENSLEEVES) FOX DIX/ENGLISH CAROL  

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