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Happy Holidays (Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Performance CD
Composer Washington Winds
Arranger Ed Petersen
Publisher Walking Frog Records
Catalog # WFR319

Price: $14.95

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Happy Holidays (Cd) Composed by Washington Winds. Arranged by Ed Petersen. For Performance CD. Published by Walking Frog Records. (Catalog # WFR319)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AND THE HERALD ANGELS SANG - SWEARINGEN  
AND THE MOUNTAINS ECHOED:GLORIA! - LONGF  
C'EST NOEL - JUTRAS ANDRE  
FESTIVAL OF HANUKKAH, THE - NIEHAUS LENN  
GREENSLEEVES - REED ALFRED  
HALLELUJAH CHORUS - HANDEL G.F.  
I HEARD THE BELLS ON CHRISTMAS DAY - LON  
IT CAME UPON A MIDNIGHT CLEAR - SHAFFER  
JINGLE BELLS AROUND THE WORLD - WILLIAMS  
KRIS KRINGLE'S JINGLE - WILLIAMS JERRY  
MIDNIGHT IN BETHLEHEM - BARKER WARREN  
O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL - SWEARINGEN JAME  
SILENT NIGHT - GRUBER F./SHAFFER D.  
SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, THE - HUCKEBY ED  
THEMES FROM THE NUTCRACKER - HUCKEBY ED  
THREE MOODS OF HANUKKAH - NIEHAUS LENNIE  
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