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Title: Christmas Songs For Beginning Guitar
Voicing/Format: Guitar Folio
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Penhallow, Peter
Catalog #: 00699495
Series: Guitar Collection
Add to your repertoire with this collection of traditional, easy-to-play holid ay classics. You'll practice and reinforce the techniques you've learned in Th e Acoustic Guitar Method, Book One. Bring these beautiful melodies to life by listening to the recordings on the companion CD and then using the transcripti ons to practice single-note melodies in open position, basic downstroke strums , and simple chords. Songs: Jingle Bells * Joy to the World * Deck the Halls * Silent Night * The First Noel * Away in a Manger * O Christmas Tree * O Come All Ye Faithful * Hark! The Herald Angels Sing * It Came upon a Midnight Clear * What Child Is This? * We Three Kings of Orient Are * God Rest Ye Merry, Gen tlemen * Angels We Have Heard on High * We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Include s tab, lyrics, and n
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