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Christmas Instrumental Solos (Bk/Cd)

Christmas Instrumental Solos (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Viola
Desc Bk/Cd
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Grade 2-3
Catalog # IFM0416CD
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Christmas Instrumental Solos (Bk/Cd) For Viola. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # IFM0416CD, UPC: 654979082668)

Written especially for violin, viola, and cello, the arrangements are complete ly compatible with each other and can be played together or as solos. All part s have been carefully edited, with bowings and articulations, in keys well sui ted for the young string player. The included CD has both demonstration tracks featuring real instrument recordings and fully orchestrated play-along tracks . Includes several medleys and suites such as: Carol Medley * Angels Medley * Manger Medley * Celebration Medley * Folk Carol Suite as well as many individu al titles.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS MEDLEY  
ANGELS MEDLEY (ANGELS FROM THE REALMS OF  
CAROL MEDLEY  
CAROL MEDLEY (HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SIN  
CELEBRATION MEDLEY  
CELEBRATION MEDLEY (HALLELUJAH CHORUS/JO  
FOLK CAROL SUITE (NOEL NOUVELE/MASTERS I  
GESU BAMBINO  
GESU BAMBINO (THE INFANT JESUS)  
GESU BAMBINO (THE INFANT JESUS)  
INFANT HOLY INFANT LOWLY  
LO HOW A ROSE E'ER BLOOMING  
LO HOW A ROSE E'ER BLOOMING  
MANGER MEDLEY  
MANGER MEDLEY (AWAY IN A MANGER (CRADLE  
MORE*  
O HOLY NIGHT  
O HOLY NIGHT  
THEMES FROM THE NUTCRACKER SUITE (OVERTU TCHAIKOVSKY,PIOTR I  

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