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A Charlie Brown Christmas #169
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A Charlie Brown Christmas #169

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Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Dix/English Carol
Arranger Naish/Green/Lanz/Gua
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100148

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A Charlie Brown Christmas #169 Composed by Dix/English Carol. Arranged by Naish/Green/Lanz/Gua. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100148, UPC: 073999156447)

It wouldn't be Christmas without the beloved animated classic A Charlie Brown Christmas! This collection contains 10 songs from Vince Guaraldi's timeless soundtrack: The Christmas Song · Christmas Time Is Here · Für Elise · Hark, the Herald Angels Sing · Linus and Lucy · O Tannenbaum · Skating · What Child Is This · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CHRISTMAS IS COMING GUARALDI/ENGLISH CAR  
CHRISTMAS SONG,THE (CHESTNUTS ROASTING O TORME/WELLS  
CHRISTMAS TIME IS HERE MENDELSON/GUARALDI  
FUR ELISE GUARALDI,V BEETHOVEN  
HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING GUARALDI,V MENDELSSOHN  
LINUS AND LUCY GUARALDI,V  
MY LITTLE DRUM GUARALDI,V  
O CHRISTMAS TREE (O TANNENBAUM) GUARALDI,V GERMAN CAROL  
O TANNENBAUM (O CHRISTMAS TREE) GUARALDI,V GERMAN CAROL  
SKATING GUARALDI,V GUARALDI/MENDELSON  
SKATING MENDELSON GUARALDI,V  
WHAT CHILD IS THIS (GREENSLEEVES) NAISH/GREEN/LANZ/GUA DIX/ENGLISH CAROL  

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