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I Love Christmas (Review)
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I Love Christmas (Review)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Conductor
Arranger Ed Lojeski
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Pop Choral Series
Catalog # 08225665

Price: $30.00

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Product Description

I Love Christmas (Review) Arranged by Ed Lojeski. For Conductor. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08225665, UPC: 073999256659)

It's Rudolph, Frosty, and the whole gang in this light-hearted yet nostalgic feature medley of the holiday's best music! Travel from the expressive opening of The Christmas Song into a jitterbuggin' look at Christmas, '50s-style! Truly a memorable Christmas classic! Choreography by John Jacobson. Available: Unison/2-Part Score, Unison/2-Part Singer's Edition, ShowTrax CD. Performance Time: Approx. 21:00.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CHRISTMAS SONG (CHESTNUTS ROASTING ON AN LOJESKI  
CHRISTMAS SONG,THE (CHESTNUTS ROASTING O LOJESKI,ED  
FROSTY THE SNOW MAN LOJESKI  
HOLLY JOLLY CHRISTMAS,A LOJESKI  
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS LOJESKI  
I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS LOJESKI  
IT'S BEGINNING TO LOOK LIKE CHRISTMAS LOJESKI  
JINGLE-BELL ROCK LOJESKI  
LET IT SNOW LET IT SNOW LET IT SNOW LOJESKI  
NUTTIN' FOR CHRISTMAS LOJESKI  
ROCKIN' AROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREE LOJESKI  
RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER LOJESKI  
WE NEED A LITTLE CHRISTMAS LOJESKI  

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