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Christmas Piano Solos Lev 1 (Cd)

Christmas Piano Solos Lev 1 (Cd)

Voicing/Format Accessory
Composer Hal Leonard Student
Arranger Kern/Keveren/Rejino
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Educational Piano Library
Catalog # 00296081
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Christmas Piano Solos Lev 1 (Cd) Composed by Hal Leonard Student. Arranged by Kern/Keveren/Rejino. For Accessory. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00296081, UPC: 073999228717)

This compact disc correlates directly to the pieces in Christmas Piano Solos Level 1. All track numbers for use with the compact disc are clearly indicated in the book, and are listed on the actual CD as well. These fully–orchestrated accompaniments by Hal Leonard Student Piano Library method author Phillip Keveren are a delightful way to enhance students' lessons, and are a sure way to guarantee practice success.

Whenever we have included CD accompaniments for any series within the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library. The CD format is as follows: each piece has two tracks. The first track is at a practice tempo with the solo piano part, and the second track is at a performance tempo without the piano solo part.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AWAY IN A MANGER  
GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN  
GOOD KING WENCESLAS  
JINGLE BELLS PIERPONT,JAMES  
JOLLY OLD ST. NICHOLAS  
O COME O COME IMMANUEL  
WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE HOPKINS JR,JOHN H  

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