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Dickens Christmas Carol Suite
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Dickens Christmas Carol Suite

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format String Orchestra
Arranger Andrew Dabczynski
Publisher Highland/Etling
Series String Explorer
Grade 2
Catalog # 35960

Price: $60.00

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Dickens Christmas Carol Suite Arranged by Andrew Dabczynski. For String Orchestra. Published by Highland/Etling. (Catalog # 35960, UPC: 038081420295)

The perfect opportunity for string students to experience the wonder of this timeless tale! The suite is a setting of many old English Christmas carols in six movements each can stand alone for holiday concert programming, or when played together, provide a complete accompaniment to an optional narration of Dickens text. Optional percussion parts lend color to the drama. Completely accessible for intermediate orchestras, but fully satisfying for advanced groups, this suite promises to become a holiday concert tradition for any orchestra program.

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