Christmas Trios For All (Percussion)
Holiday Songs from Around the World
by William Ryden
Small Ensemble - Sheet Music

Item Number: 1440667
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Christmas Trios For All (Percussion)
Holiday Songs from Around the World
by William Ryden
Small Ensemble - Sheet Music

Item Number: 1440667
4.5 out of 5 Customer Rating
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SKU: AP.EL9577

Holiday Songs from Around the World. Edited by Thom Proctor. Arranged by William Ryden. Mixed Instruments - Flexible Instrumentation; Solo Small Ensembles; Trio. Educational Instrumental Collection. Christmas. Instrumental trio book. With standard notation. 24 pages. Alfred Music #00-EL9577. Published by Alfred Music (AP.EL9577).

ISBN 9780769255187. UPC: 029156186673. 9x12 inches. English.

The popular CHRISTMAS TRIOS FOR ALL series is a collection of 19 holiday songs, carols, and instrumental pieces which can be played in harmony by any number or combination of instruments. Woodwinds, brass, strings, and mallet percussion can have fun playing in like instrument ensembles and get creative with any mixed ensemble. They are also outstanding tools for auditions, sight reading, and learning the art of ensemble playing. Available for band and orchestra instruments, as are the other popular CHRISTMAS DUETS FOR ALL (EL9565) and CHRISTMAS QUARTETS FOR ALL (EL9589) series.

  • Away In a Manger (Second Tune)
  • Babe of Bethlehem
  • Chanukah Song
  • Coventry Carol (original 1591 version)
  • Ding Dong! Merrily on high
  • Heav'n Bell A Ring
  • Joy To The World
  • Pastores a Belen (Shepherds in Bethlehem)
  • Remember, O Thou Man
  • Rise Up, Shepherd, and Follow
  • The Cherry Tree Carol
  • The First Nowell
  • The Golden Carol
  • The Moon Shines Bright
  • The Three Kings
  • Wassail Song (Here We Come A-Caroling)
  • Watt's Cradle Song
  • We Three Kings
  • When Christ Was Born on Earth (Song of the Bagpipers)