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My First Piano Christmas Bk C
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My First Piano Christmas Bk C

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc Ff3003
Composer Piano Adventures
Arranger Faber/Faber
Publisher Faber Piano Adventures
Series Faber Piano Adventures«
Catalog # 00001482

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My First Piano Christmas Bk C Composed by Piano Adventures. Arranged by Faber/Faber. For Piano Folio. Published by Faber Piano Adventures. (Catalog # 00001482, UPC: 884088534974)

Christmas is an exciting time for the musical friends in Christmas Book C! Students play joyful melodies such as Dance around the Christmas Tree and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing as they continue to build pianistic skill and a love of music. Teacher duets expose students to more sophisticated rhythms and harmonies. Songs include: Angels We Have Heard on High · Dance around the Christmas Tree · Hark! The Herald Angels Sing! · Jingle Bells · Jolly Old St. Nicholas · Once in Royal David's City · Silent Night.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH FABER/FABER TRADITIONAL  
DANCE 'ROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREE FABER/FABER  
HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING FABER/FABER CHAPMAM/WESLEY  
JINGLE BELLS FABER/FABER PIERPONT,J.  
JOLLY OLD ST. NICHOLAS FABER/FABER 19TH CENTURY AMERICA  
ONCE IN ROYAL DAVID'S CITY FABER/FABER ALEXANDER/GAUNTLETT  
SILENT NIGHT FABER/FABER TRADITIONAL  
SPECIAL STOCKING,A FABER/FABER BOWMAN/FABER  

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