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O Holy Night 2 Vn 2 Cello

By Adolphe-Charles Adam

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Violin, Cello, String Quartet - Early Intermediate
Composed by Adolphe-Charles Adam (1803-1856). Arranged by Cydney Olson Van Duker. Christian, Latter-Day Saints, Christmas. 13 pages. Published by Cydney Olson Van Duker (S0.28463).

Item Number: S0.28463

. "O holy night, the stars are brightly shining; It is the night of the dear Savior's birth." This classic Christmas song has been arranged for 2 Vlolins and 2 Celli. With close harmonies, rhythms that catch your attention, and an unexpected key change, you'll love playing this Christmas song year after year.

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