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Big Band Play Along V05 Christmas Favori
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Big Band Play Along V05 Christmas Favori

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Feliciano/Jacobson/S
Artist Feliciano/Walker
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Big Band Play-along
Catalog # 00843122

Price: $14.95

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Product Description

Big Band Play Along V05 Christmas Favori Composed by Feliciano/Jacobson/S. Performed by Feliciano/Walker. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00843122, UPC: 884088261337)

Play along with a real big band with this great book/CD pack. The book features authentic big band arrangements of 10 holiday classics in easy-to-read parts and the CD has great, professionally recorded accompaniments. Songs include: Baby, It's Cold Outside · The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) · Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! · My Favorite Things · Silver Bells · White Christmas · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BABY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE CARTER/CHARLES LOESSER,FRANK  
CHRISTMAS SONG,THE (CHESTNUTS ROASTING O TORME,MEL  
FELIZ NAVIDAD FELICIANO/WALKER FELICIANO/JACOBSON/S  
I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS GANNON/KENT  
LET IT SNOW LET IT SNOW LET IT SNOW CAHN/STYNE  
LITTLE ST. NICK BEACH BOYS,THE LOVE/WILSON  
MY FAVORITE THINGS HAMMERSTEIN II/RODGE  
SILVER BELLS EVANS/LIVINGSTON  
THIS CHRISTMAS HATHAWAY,DONNY HATHAWAY/MARSH/MARSH  
WHITE CHRISTMAS CROSBY,BING BERLIN,IRVING  

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