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Do You Hear What I Hear

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Instrumental Accomp Parts
Desc Brass/Timp Lb0028
Composer Regney/Shayne
Arranger Harry Simeone
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # 35005479

Price: $25.00

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Product Description

Do You Hear What I Hear Composed by Regney/Shayne. Arranged by Harry Simeone. For Instrumental Accomp Parts. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # 35005479, UPC: 747510021995)

Here is one of the most recorded octavos of all time. This beloved standard is now available with a brilliant orchestration by Brant Adams. Every choir needs to rediscover the timeless beauty of a modern carol that has become part of the Christmas vocabulary of millions around the world. A true classic brought to you by Shawnee Press! Available separately: SATB (opt. snare drums and finger cymbals); SSA (opt. snare drums and finger cymbals); TTBB (opt. snare drums and finger cymbals); SAB (opt. snare drums and finger cymbals); SA (opt. snare drums and finger cymbals); Brass and Timpani parts; Orchestration Score and Parts; StudioTrax CD.

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