Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
by Lady Antebellum
Piano - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22129612
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Instrumental Duet Instrumental Duet,Piano - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.945374

By Lady Antebellum. By Jule Styne. Arranged by Wendy Hellmann. Contemporary. Score and parts. 5 pages. Gwendolyn Hellmann #6616061. Published by Gwendolyn Hellmann (A0.945374).

Let it Snow! is a fun piano duet for early intermediate to intermediate players and makes an excellent, non-traditional addition to any holiday program. The primo part is written entirely in treble clef and requires an understanding of triplets and swung eighths.  Each part is formatted on a single page.

The PDF download contains both a full score and a set of individual parts.

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