Cello Time Christmas - Book/CD
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Cello Time Christmas - Book/CD


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Media: Sheet Music, CD
Arrangement: Cello (VLC)
Skill Level: Easy - Explain this
Series: String Time
Catalogue #: 9780193369320
ISBN: 9780193369320
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Description

Dip into this stockingful of easy Christmas music for cello! Unwrap a traditional carol, dance to the 'Skaters' Waltz' and a 'Christmas Calypso', and pull a cracker full of solos and duets. With words to sing along, chords for guitar or keyboard, and a fantastic play-along CD, Cello Time Christmas is the perfect gift for any young cellist.



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Customer Rating Fun to play in the run up to Christmas. The backing CD compliments the score well. Carols can be easily sight-read by an intermediate standard cellist and I would highly recommend this book and CD.
Anon.

Customer Rating Lovely book, good range of titles & will be good for years to come. Great!
Anon.


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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 10/11/2010
Format: Backing Tracks
Length: 24 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Editor: Kathy Blackwell; David Blackwell

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