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Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Composer Hopson, Hal
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Brookfield Christmas Chor

Price: $45.00

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #08741530

It is Christmas Eve 1818, at St. Nicholas Church nestled high in the Austrian Alps. Mice have made a shambles of the organ, creating quite a problem. All ends well, however, as the beloved carol 'Silent Night' is born out of quite unusual circumstances. The Director's Manual is presented in a reproducible format, with one-time permission to photocopy music, lyrics and resources. Songs include: 'Church Bells', 'Antiphonal Gloria', 'Song of the Gleeful Mice', 'Tyrolean Street Carol', 'The Christmas Band', 'Herr Gruber's Carol', 'Silent Night, Holy Night'. For grades K-6. (15:00)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANTIPHONAL GLORIA HOPSON H  
CHRISTMAS BAND,THE HOPSON H  
CHURCH BELLS HOPSON H  
HERR GRUBER'S CAROL HOPSON H  
SILENT NIGHT HOPSON H  
SONG OF THE GLEEFUL MICE HOPSON H  
TYROLEAN STREET CAROL HOPSON H  
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