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Tlftp Christmas Classics

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Voicing/Format Easy Piano Folio
Desc Includes Online Audio
Composer John Jacob Niles
Arranger Eric Baumgartner
Artist Bing Crosby
Publisher Willis Music Co
Series Willis
Catalog # 00416824

Price: $12.99

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Tlftp Christmas Classics Composed by John Jacob Niles. Arranged by Eric Baumgartner. Performed by Bing Crosby. For Easy Piano Folio. Published by Willis Music Co. (Catalog # 00416824, UPC: 884088401689)

8 holiday songs: Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer · I Wonder as I Wander · Jingle, Jingle, Jingle · Mary's Little Boy Child · Nuttin' for Christmas · Suzy Snowflake · White Christmas · Wonderful Christmastime.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
GRANDMA GOT RUN OVER BY A REINDEER BAUMGARTNER,ERIC BROOKS,RANDY  
I WONDER AS I WANDER BAUMGARTNER,ERIC NILES,JOHN JACOB  
JINGLE JINGLE JINGLE BAUMGARTNER,ERIC MARKS,JOHNNY  
MARY'S LITTLE BOY CHILD BAUMGARTNER,ERIC HAIRSTON,JESTER  
NUTTIN' FOR CHRISTMAS BAUMGARTNER,ERIC BENNETT/TEPPER  
SUZY SNOWFLAKE BAUMGARTNER,ERIC BENNETT/TEPPER  
WHITE CHRISTMAS CROSBY,BING BAUMGARTNER,ERIC BERLIN,IRVING  
WONDERFUL CHRISTMASTIME MCCARTNEY,PAUL BAUMGARTNER,ERIC MCCARTNEY,PAUL  

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