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Christmas Carols For Today

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer G F Handel
Arranger Carol Tornquist
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Sacred Performer Collecti
Catalog # 33511

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Christmas Carols For Today Composed by G F Handel. Arranged by Carol Tornquist. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 33511, UPC: 038081373096)

Carol Tornquist has applied her unique style to 10 familiar Christmas carols. Pianists and congregations will appreciate the colorful richness of surprising modulations, refreshing jazz chords, and unexpected rhythmic treatments. Approximate performance times make service planning easier.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AND THE GLORY OF THE LORD TORNQUIST,CAROL HANDEL,G.F.  
FIRST NOEL,THE TORNQUIST,CAROL  
HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING TORNQUIST,CAROL MENDELSSOHN/WESLEY  
HE IS BORN THE DIVINE CHRIST CHILD TORNQUIST,CAROL  
HE SHALL FEED HIS FLOCK TORNQUIST,CAROL  
HOW GREAT OUR JOY TORNQUIST,CAROL  
IN THE BLEAK MID-WINTER TORNQUIST,CAROL  
LO HOW A ROSE E'ER BLOOMING TORNQUIST,CAROL  
ROCKING CAROL,THE TORNQUIST,CAROL  
SING WE NOW OF CHRISTMAS TORNQUIST,CAROL  
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