Silent Night (Cello and Piano Duet)
Cello, Piano - Advanced Intermediate
Composed by Franz Xaver Gruber, Enrique Granados. Arranged by John A. Dempsey. Christian, Spiritual, Sacred, General Worship, Christmas. Individual Part, Score, Solo Part. 10 pages. Published by John A. Dempsey (S0.155927).
Item Number: S0.155927
This cello and piano duet of the cherished Christmas carol, with incidental music by Enrique Granados, begins simply and delicately, but builds in quiet intensity as it progresses. A must-have for Christmas concerts and programs as well as holiday recitals and church services. 8 pages (that includes a pullout cello page). Key: G major.
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