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Celebrate Christmas : Easy Piano (1998)


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Published: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard Corp., [1998?]
Description:  1 score (127 pages) ; 31 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0793596483 (pbk.) :,
Language:  English

For voice and easy piano

Title from cover

"39 songs of the season ... "

Almost day (It's almost day) -- Angels we have heard on high -- A babe is born in Bethlehem -- Blue Christmas -- Chipmunk song -- Christmas is a-comin' (May God bless you) -- Christmas song -- Ding dong! Merrily on high! -- Do they know it's Christmas? -- Feliz Navidad -- Frosty the snow man -- Good King Wenceslas -- Grandma got run over by a reindeer -- Grandma's killer fruitcake -- Greatest gift of all -- Happy holiday -- Happy Xmas (War is over) -- A holly jolly Christmas -- Hymne. I heard the bells on Christmas Day -- I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus -- I'll be home for Christmas -- It's beginning to look like Christmas -- Jingle-bell rock -- Last Christmas -- Last month of the year (What month was Jesus born in?) -- Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! -- Oh come, all ye faithful -- Pretty paper -- Rockin' around the Christmas tree -- Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer -- Silver and gold -- Silver bells -- Snowfall -- Twelve days of Christmas -- What child is this? -- When Santa Claus gets your letter -- Wonderful Christmastime -- You're all I want for Christmas

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Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation.

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