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Tenor Banjo Christmas Songbook
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Tenor Banjo Christmas Songbook

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Banjo
Composer Mason/Watts
Arranger Lee ' Drew' Andrews
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 21014

Price: $12.99

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Product Description

Tenor Banjo Christmas Songbook Composed by Mason/Watts. Arranged by Lee ' Drew' Andrews. For Banjo. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 21014, UPC: 796279036313)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH  
AULD LANG SYNE  
AWAY IN A MANGER  
BRING A TORCH JEANNETTE ISABELLA  
DECK THE HALLS (WITH BOUGHS OF HOLLY)  
FIRST NOEL,THE (NOWELL)  
FIRST NOEL,THE (THE FIRST NOWELL)  
GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN  
GOD REST YE MERRY GENTLEMEN  
GOOD KING WENCESLAS  
HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING MENDELSSOHN/WESLEY  
HOLLY AND THE IVY,THE  
I SAW THREE SHIPS  
IT CAME UPON A MIDNIGHT CLEAR  
JINGLE BELLS  
JOLLY OLD ST. NICHOLAS  
JOY TO THE WORLD MASON/WATTS  
O CHRISTMAS TREE (O TANNENBAUM)  
O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL READING,JOHN  
O COME O COME EMMANUEL  
O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM REDNER,LEWIS H.  
SILENT NIGHT  
TOYLAND HERBERT/MACDONOUGH  
UP ON THE HOUSETOP HANBY,BENJAMIN RUSS  
WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE HOPKINS,JOHN H.  
WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS  
WHAT CHILD IS THIS (GREENSLEEVES)  
WHILE SHEPHERDS WATCHED THEIR FLOCKS BY  

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