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White Christmas

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Composer Irving Berlin
Artist Bing Crosby
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbo
Catalog # 00313165

Price: $14.99

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Product Description

White Christmas Composed by Irving Berlin. Performed by Bing Crosby. For Vocal Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00313165, UPC: 073999131659)

12 vocal selections from this 1954 film classic starring Bing Crosby and featuring the beloved music of Irving Berlin. Songs include: The Best Things Happen While You're Dancing · Blue Skies · Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep · Gee, I Wish I Was Back in the Army · Heat Wave · Love, You Didn't Do Right by Me · Mandy · The Old Man · Sisters · Snow · White Christmas. Also includes a plot synopsis and extensive history of the movie, a listing of credits, and pages of great publicity stills!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEST THINGS HAPPEN WHILE YOU'RE DANCING, BERLIN,IRVING  
BLUE SKIES BERLIN,IRVING  
CHOREOGRAPHY BERLIN,IRVING  
COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS INSTEAD OF SHEEP CROSBY,BING BERLIN,IRVING  
GEE I WISH I WAS BACK IN THE ARMY BERLIN,IRVING  
GEE I WISH WAS BACK IN THE ARMY BERLIN,IRVING  
HEAT WAVE BERLIN,IRVING  
LOVE YOU DIDN'T DO RIGHT BY ME BERLIN,IRVING  
LOVE,YOU DIDN'T DO RIGHT BY ME BERLIN,IRVING  
MANDY BERLIN/KERR/ENGLISH  
OLD MAN,THE BERLIN,IRVING  
SISTERS BERLIN,IRVING  
SNOW BERLIN,IRVING  
WHITE CHRISTMAS BERLIN,IRVING  

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