Gary Lanier: ANGELS CHRISTMAS MEDLEY (Duet – Cello & Piano with Parts)
Piano, Cello - Intermediate
Composed by Traditional French melody, Traditional English carol. Arranged by Gary Lanier. Christian, Contemporary Christian, Praise & Worship, General Worship, Christmas. Score, Solo Part. 10 pages. Published by The Lanier Company (S0.88797).
Item Number: S0.88797
For the 2015 Holiday Contest. ANGELS CHRISTMAS MEDLEY is a duet arrangement for Cello & Piano of two of our most cherished Christmas Hymns: (1) Angels We Have Heard on High & (2) The First Noel. The score, including cover and Cello part is 10 pages long. This arrangement is perfect for any Church or gathering where celebrating the reason for the season is desired. A mp3 Piano Accompaniment (aka Rehearsal Track) is also available, listed as: ANGELS CHRISTMAS MEDLEY (Piano Accompaniment for Cello).
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