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Christmas Piano Solos Fifth Grade
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Christmas Piano Solos Fifth Grade

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Thompson's Modern Co
Publisher Willis Music Co
Series Willis
Grade Fifth Grade
Catalog # 00416791

Price: $9.95

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Product Description

Christmas Piano Solos Fifth Grade Composed by Thompson's Modern Co. For Piano Folio. Published by Willis Music Co. (Catalog # 00416791, UPC: 884088256890)

This collection includes 10 arrangements for fifth grade students of fun Christmas favorites: Brazilian Sleigh Bells · Christmas Time Is Here · The Christmas Waltz · Frosty the Snow Man · Here Comes Santa Claus (Right down Santa Claus Lane) · It Must Have Been the Mistletoe (Our First Christmas) · Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! · (Everybody's Waitin' For) The Man with the Bag · Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer · We Need a Little Christmas.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BRAZILIAN SLEIGH BELLS FAITH,PERCY Digital Delivery
CHRISTMAS TIME IS HERE GUARALDI/MENDELSON L Digital Delivery
CHRISTMAS WALTZ,THE CAHN/STYNE Digital Delivery
EVERYBODY'S WAITIN' FOR THE MAN WITH THE BROOKS/STANLEY/TAYLO  
FROSTY THE SNOW MAN NELSON/ROLLINS Digital Delivery
HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS (RIGHT DOWN SANTA AUTRY/HALDEMAN Digital Delivery
IT MUST HAVE BEEN THE MISTLETOE (OUR FIR KONECKY/WILDE Digital Delivery
LET IT SNOW LET IT SNOW LET IT SNOW CAHN/STYNE  
RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER MARKS,JOHNNY Digital Delivery
WE NEED A LITTLE CHRISTMAS HERMAN,JERRY Digital Delivery

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