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Jazz On A Winter's Night - 11 Christmas Classics For Jazz Piano~ Instrumental Album (Piano)
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Jazz on a Winter's Night is a Christmas Piano album of stylish, swinging arrangements. Favourite Christmas carols and songs receive the complete jazz treatment, with rhythm, harmony, grooves, and solos all carefully notated.

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Nikki Iles: Violin Jazz On A Winter's Night - 11 Christmas Classics (Book/CD)~ Instrumental Album (Piano Accompaniment, Violin)
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Violin Jazz On A Winter's Night features 11 Christmas classics, arranged for violinists at an intermediate level (Grades 4-7) by Nikki Iles.

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Francis Pott: Balulalow~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)


For SATB, with divisions and soprano solo, unaccompanied. This gentle and expressive carol provides a wonderful alternative to more familiar settings of this well-loved text.

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John Gardner: Carols~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB, Organ Accompaniment)


This anthology of eleven carols celebrates the festive music of John Gardner (1917-2011). It contains some of his most well-known settings alongside new repertoire, including a previously unpublished Epiphany carol, 'Entry of the Three Kings'.


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