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Piano Trax (Fall ' 10)

Piano Trax (Fall ' 10)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment CD
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # 35026761
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Piano Trax (Fall ' 10) For Accompaniment CD. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # 35026761, UPC: 884088455163)

Perfect for rehearsal or performance, this CD includes 21 full-length piano accompaniments for: The Arrow and the Song • As I Hear the Sweet Lark Sing • Chariots, Bones, and Wheels • The Chatterbox • December Lullaby • Do You Love Me? • Gloria in Excelsis Deo • Harper's Creek • How Can I Keep from Singing? • Miserere Mei • O Christmas Tree • O Come, Little Children • Pie Jesu • Sankta Lucia (A Swedish Winter Song) • Set Me As a Seal • The Silence Speaks • Silent Night • Venite Adoremus • Wild Mountain Thyme • Winter's Snow • The Wood Dove.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AS I HEAR THE SWEET LARK SING  
CHARIOTS BONES AND WHEELS  
DECEMBER LULLABY  
DO YOU LOVE ME  
GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO  
HARPER'S CREEK  
HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING  
MISERERE MEI  
O CHRISTMAS TREE  
O COME LITTLE CHILDREN  
PIE JESU  
SANKTA LUCIA  
SET ME AS A SEAL  
SILENT NIGHT  
THE ARROW AND THE SONG  
THE CHATTERBOX  
THE SILENCE SPEAKS  
THE WOOD DOVE  
VENITE ADOREMUS  
WILD MOUNTAIN THYME  
WINTER'S SNOW  

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