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Ten For Ten Christmas Favorites

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Vocal Folio
Composer Ballard/Silvestri
Artist Amy Grant
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Ten For Ten
Catalog # 00322164

Price: $9.99

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Ten For Ten Christmas Favorites Composed by Ballard/Silvestri. Performed by Amy Grant. For Vocal Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 00322164, UPC: 884088686741)

10 for $10 Sheet Music editions are the smartest, most economical choices for building your music library. Each volume contains 10 top tunes, all profession ally arranged for piano, voice and guitar. Pick up these songbooks and start p laying and singing along today ... for just 10 dollars! Songs: Believe · The C hristmas Shoes · Grown-Up Christmas List · Have Yourself a Merry Little Christ mas · Jingle Bells · The Little Drummer Boy · Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town · Silent Night · Sleigh Ride · Winter Wonderland.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BELIEVE (FROM THE POLAR EXPRESS) BALLARD/SILVESTRI  
CHRISTMAS SHOES,THE AHLSTROM/CARSWELL  
GROWN-UP CHRISTMAS LIST GRANT,AMY FOSTER/THOMPSON-JENN  
HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS BLANE/MARTIN  
JINGLE BELLS  
LITTLE DRUMMER BOY,THE  
SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN' TO TOWN COOTS/GILLESPIE  
SILENT NIGHT  
SLEIGH RIDE  
WINTER WONDERLAND BERNARD/SMITH,D.  

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