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A Celtic Fiddle Christmas
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A Celtic Fiddle Christmas

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Violin
Composer Traditional
Arranger James Tanguay
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Series Book
Catalog # 20666

Price: $12.99

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Product Description

A Celtic Fiddle Christmas Composed by Traditional. Arranged by James Tanguay. For Violin. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 20666, UPC: 9780786671236)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL YOU THAT IN THIS HOUSE  
CHILD IN THE MANGER  
CHRIST CHILD'S LULLABY,THE  
CHRIST-CHILD'S LULLABY,THE  
CHRISTMAS DAY IS COME  
CHRISTMAS IS COMING  
COVENTRY CAROL,THE  
DARKEST MIDNIGHT IN DECEMBER,THE  
DECK THE HALLS  
DECK THE HALLS (WITH BOUGHS OF HOLLY)  
EENY ROUND,THE  
FURRY DAY CAROL,THE  
GLOUCESTERSHIRE WASSAIL  
GLOUCESTERSHIRE WASSAIL,THE  
GOD REST YE MERRY GENTLEMEN  
HERE WE COME A-WASSAILING  
HERE WE COME AWASSAILING  
HOLLY AND THE IVY GIRL,THE  
I SAW THREE SHIPS A-SAILING IN  
I SAW THREE SHIPS ASAILING IN  
JOSEPH AND GENTLE MARY  
JOY TO THE WORLD  
RIGHTEOUS JOSEPH  
SANS DAY CAROL  
SANS DAY CAROL,THE TRADITIONAL  
THIS NEW CHRISTMAS CAROL  
WASSAIL WASSAIL  
WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS  
WEXFORD CAROL  
WEXFORD CAROL,THE  
WHILE SHEPHERDS WATCHED  

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