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Christmas Songs For Accordion

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accordion
Composer Hayes/Johnson
Arranger Gary Meisner
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Accordion
Catalog # 00359477

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Product Description

Christmas Songs For Accordion Composed by Hayes/Johnson. Arranged by Gary Meisner. For Accordion. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00359477, UPC: 073999594775)

17 holiday hits, including: The Chipmunk Song · Frosty the Snow Man · A Holly Jolly Christmas · Jingle-Bell Rock · Pretty Paper · Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLUE CHRISTMAS MEISNER G HAYES/JOHNSON  
CHIPMUNK SONG,THE/CHRISTMAS DON'T BE LAT MEISNER G BAGDASARIAN SR.,RO  
CHRISTMAS WALTZ,THE MEISNER G CAHN/STYNE  
FROSTY THE SNOW MAN MEISNER G NELSON/ROLLINS  
HOLLY JOLLY CHRISTMAS,A MEISNER G MARKS,JOHNNY  
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS MEISNER G STILLMAN/ALLEN  
I SAW MOMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS MEISNER G CONNOR,TOMMIE  
I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS MEISNER G GANNON/KENT  
JINGLE JINGLE JINGLE MEISNER G MARKS,JOHNNY  
JINGLE-BELL ROCK MEISNER G BEAL/BOOTHE  
LET IT SNOW LET IT SNOW LET IT SNOW MEISNER G CAHN/STYNE  
MARSHMALLOW WORLD,A MEISNER G SIGMAN/DE ROSE  
MERRY CHRISTMAS POLKA,THE MEISNER G BURKE/WEBSTER  
PRETTY PAPER MEISNER G NELSON/ORBISON  
ROCKIN' AROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREE MEISNER G MARKS,JOHNNY  
RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER MEISNER G MARKS,JOHNNY  
SUZY SNOWFLAKE MEISNER G BENNETT/TEPPER  

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