O Little Town of Bethlehem, fun Christmas Carol Variations for piano duet by Simon Peberdy
Piano Duet - Intermediate
21st Century, Repertoire, Christmas. 5 pages. Published by Simon Peberdy (S0.280741).
Item Number: S0.280741
An arrangement of one from a series of variations on Christmas Carols (originally for 2 pianos, 4 hands) This piece
has a "Girl from Ipanema" rhythmic feel to it (mostly!). It is based on the traditional melody of the English Christmas Carol, "O Little Town of Bethlehem:",
Please take a look at my other compositions and arrangements, with more pieces for 2 pianos, 4 hands, including many more carol variations, 2 brand new rags, and a new suite for 2 pianos, "Daytime Suite".
More information (and the original 2 piano version) at www.simonpeberdymusic.com.
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