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Duet Time Piano Christmas Primer Level
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Duet Time Piano Christmas Primer Level

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Voicing/Format 1 Piano 4 Hands
Composer Traditional
Arranger Faber/Faber
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Series Duettime Piano
Catalog # 00420134

Price: $4.95

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Product Description

Duet Time Piano Christmas Primer Level Composed by Traditional. Arranged by Faber/Faber. For 1 Piano 4 Hands. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00420134, UPC: 674398200795)

Primo and secondo parts are written as equals in 5-finger positions. Melodies move from one part to the other, offering each pianist a chance to be both soloist and accompanist. Only the simplest rhythms are used. Contents include: Good King Wenceslas · Jolly Old St. Nicholas · Jingle Bells · O Come Little Children · Go, Tell It on the Mountain · God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen · We Wish You a Merry Christmas.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN FABER/FABER  
GOD REST YE MERRY GENTLEMEN FABER/FABER  
GOOD KING WENCESLAS FABER/FABER TRADITIONAL  
JINGLE BELLS FABER/FABER PIERPONT  
JOLLY OLD SAINT NICHOLAS FABER/FABER  
O COME LITTLE CHILDREN FABER/FABER SCHULZ/VON SCHMIDT  
WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS FABER/FABER TRADITIONAL  

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