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Christmas Classics for Solo Guitar

Christmas Classics for Solo Guitar
Hal Leonard

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SKU AM5005
Departments Classical Guitar
 
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This book and CD package contains 15 songs expertly arranged for solo jazz guitar in standard notation and tablature. The accompanying audio includes complete demos for listening.

Titles are:
* Angels We Have Heard on High
/>*Ave Maria
/>*Away in a Manger
/>*Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
/>*The First Noel
/>*Go, Tell It on the Mountain
/>*It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
/>*Jolly Old St. Nicholas
/>*O Christmas Tree
/>*O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles)
/>*O Holy Night
/>*O Little Town of Bethlehem
/>*Silent Night
/>*We Three Kings of Orient Are
/>*What Child Is This?

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