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Christmas Classics (Pf/Acc)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Desc Pf Acc
Arranger J Curnow
Publisher Curnow Music Distributors Inc
Series Curnow Play-along Book
Catalog # 44005063

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Christmas Classics (Pf/Acc) Arranged by J Curnow. For Piano. Published by Curnow Music Distributors Inc. (Catalog # 44005063, UPC: 073999919332)

Christmas Classics is a collection of arrangements featuring new, fresh and dynamic settings of many traditional carols. The arrangements can be used as solos or duets, with any combination of instruments. This book is the piano accompaniments for each tune. Works include: Angels from the Realms of Glory, The First Noel, Go Tell It on the Mountain, He Is Born, In the Bleak Midwinter, Infant Holy, Infant Lowly, Joy to the World, Mary Had a Baby, O Come, O Come Emmanuel andWestminster Carol.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS FROM THE REALMS OF GLORY CURNOW  
FIRST NOEL,THE (NOWELL) JOHNSON  
GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN BULLA  
HE IS BORN COURT  
IN THE BLEAK MID-WINTER CURNOW  
INFANT HOLY INFANT LOWLY CURNOW  
JOY TO THE WORLD OKPEBHOLO  
MARY HAD A BABY BULLA  
O COME O COME EMMANUEL CURNOW  
WESTMINSTER CAROL,THE CURNOW  
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