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Christmas Piano Solos First Grade
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Christmas Piano Solos First Grade

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Composer Thompson's Modern Co
Artist Browns/Presley
Publisher Willis Music Co
Series Willis
Grade First Grade
Catalog # 00416787

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Christmas Piano Solos First Grade Composed by Thompson's Modern Co. Performed by Browns/Presley. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Willis Music Co. (Catalog # 00416787, UPC: 884088256852)

10 new graded arrangements of popular Christmas songs that students will love to play, including: Blue Christmas · Caroling, Caroling · Do You Hear What I Hear · (There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays · Jingle Bells · Jolly Old St. Nicholas · Parade of the Wooden Soldiers · Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer · Silver and Gold · Silver Bells.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLUE CHRISTMAS BROWNS/PRESLEY HAYES/JOHNSON  
CAROLING CAROLING BURT/EMERSON/HUTSON  
DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR REGNEY/SHAYNE  
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS (THERE'S NO PLACE ALLEN/STILLMAN  
JINGLE BELLS PIERPONT,J.  
JOLLY OLD ST. NICHOLAS 19TH CENTURY AMERICA  
PARADE OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS JESSEL/MACDONALD  
RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER MARKS,JOHNNY  
SILVER AND GOLD  
SILVER BELLS EVANS/DENVER  
THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME FOR THE HOLID ALLEN/STILLMAN  

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