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Have and To Hold

Have and To Hold

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer J S Bach
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc
Series Finger Style Guitar
Catalog # 02500178
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Have and To Hold Composed by J S Bach. For Guitar Folio. Published by Cherry Lane Music Co Inc. (Catalog # 02500178, UPC: 073999967647)

A great collection of 25 wedding favorites arranged for the classical guitar in standard notation and tablature. Includes: Air on the G String • Ave Maria • Bridal Chorus • Canon in D • Hornpipe • Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring • Minuet in G • Ode to Joy • Rondeau • Sheep May Safely Graze • Spring • Wedding March • more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AIR  
AIR ON THE G STRING BACH,J.S.  
ALLEGRO MAESTOSO HANDEL,G.F.  
ALLEGRO MAESTOSO (FROM THE WATER MUSIC S HANDEL,G.F.  
AVE MARIA  
AVE VERUM CORPUS MOZART,W.A.  
BARCAROLLE  
BRIDAL CHORUS  
BRIDAL CHORUS (LOHENGRIN) WAGNER,R.  
CANON IN D PACHELBEL  
CARO MIO BEN  
DANCE OF THE SPIRITS  
HORNPIPE  
INTERMEZZO  
INTERMEZZO (FROM CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA) MASCAGNI,PIETRO  
JESU JOY OF MAN'S DESIRING BACH,J.S.  
LARGO  
MINUET  
MINUET IN G  
ODE TO JOY BEETHOVEN  
PANIS ANGELICUS (O LORD MOST HOLY)  
PAVANE  
PRINCE OF DENMARK'S MARCH  
PRINCE OF DENMARK'S MARCH,THE  
RONDEAU  
SHEEP MAY SAFELY GRAZE BACH,J.S.  
SPRING FIRST MOVEMENT  
TRUMPET TUNE  
WEDDING MARCH  

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