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White Christmas - Mannheim Steamroller - Christmas Extraordinaire

White Christmas - Mannheim Steamroller - Christmas Extraordinaire


White Christmas - Mannheim Steamroller - Christmas Extraordinaire

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4/5 (8 ratings)
Length:
3 pages
Publisher:
Released:
Oct 1, 2001
ISBN:
9781458488343
Format:
Sheet Music

This is song 1 of 11 from Mannheim Steamroller - Christmas Extraordinaire

Description

(Piano Solo Personality). Our matching folio features piano solo arrangements of all 12 tunes from the 2001 release by Mannheim Steamroller, who has the midas touch when it comes to Christmas recordings. Includes: Auld Lang Syne * Away in a Manger * Do You Hear What I Hear * Faeries * The First Noel * Fum, Fum, Fum * Hallelujah! * O Tannenbaum * Silver Bells * Some Children See Him * White Christmas * Winter Wonderland.
Publisher:
Released:
Oct 1, 2001
ISBN:
9781458488343
Format:
Sheet Music
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  • (5/5)
    Absolutely love this book!! Perfect for piano solos and gives a different flavor to the traditional songs. I grew up listening to Mannheim Steamroller and never would have thought that there was a book of piano solos for some of his hits! If you are looking for unique Christmas music to play, this is it!!
  • (3/5)

    1 person found this helpful

    Personally prefer that tunes that have words or song have them written in the score, even if they don't have the musical notation for the song line. In this book there are neither. Writing the words can help to make it more interesting. In some of my own music books there are words to nursery rhymes and other very old songs, some of the versions are very different from the ones I grew up with, and others are much more hilarious than the versions I was taught.

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