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Favorite Christmas Classics For Solo Sin
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Favorite Christmas Classics For Solo Sin

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Medium Low
Composer Franz Schubert
Arranger Patrick M Liebergen
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 17928

Price: $15.99

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Favorite Christmas Classics For Solo Sin Composed by Franz Schubert. Arranged by Patrick M Liebergen. For Medium Low. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 17928, UPC: 038081153391)

Looking for the best classical repertaoire for the Christmas season? Favorite Christmas Classics for Solo Singers spans a wide range of eras and styles. Includes historical information, suggestions for performance, pronunciation guides and translations where applicable.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AVE MARIA LIEBERGEN,PATRICK SCHUBERT,FRANZ  
GESU BAMBINO LIEBERGEN,PATRICK YON,PIETRO  
IN THE BLEAK MID-WINTER LIEBERGEN,PATRICK HOLST,GUSTAV  
LO HOW A ROSE E'ER BLOOMING LIEBERGEN,PATRICK DISTLER,HUGO  
O COME O COME EMMANUEL LIEBERGEN,PATRICK HELMORE,THOMAS  
O HOLY NIGHT LIEBERGEN,PATRICK ADAM,ADOLPHE  
O JESUS SO GENTLE JESUS SO SWEET LIEBERGEN,PATRICK BACH,J.S.  
SHEEP MAY SAFELY GRAZE LIEBERGEN,PATRICK BACH,J.S.  
VIRGIN'S SLUMBER SONG,THE LIEBERGEN,PATRICK REGER,MAX  

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