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James Tanguay: Celtic Tinwhistle Christmas, A: Tin Whistle

Instrumental Collection | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: James Tanguay
PUBLISHER: Mel Bay Publications
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Collection
Here's a book you'll be pulling off the shelf for many Christmases to come. A Tinwhistle Christmas is a treasury of 24 Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English holiday carols all suitably adorned with Celtic calligraphy. Simple duetsfor two whistles, a round for three, and arrangements for solo whistle
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Composer James Tanguay
Publisher Mel Bay Publications
Instrumentation Tin Whistle
Difficulty Beginner
Product Format Instrumental Collection
Description Product Type Book [Softcover]
Theme Christmas
ISBN 9780786670574
No. MB20662
Number of pages 32
Description

Here's a book you'll be pulling off the shelf for many Christmases to come. A Tinwhistle Christmas is a treasury of 24 Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English holiday carols all suitably adorned with Celtic calligraphy. Simple duetsfor two whistles, a round for three, and arrangements for solo whistle with guitar chords are all printed on a large, easy to read staff. From the hauntingly beautiful melodies of the Hebrides, to the ancient airs of Ireland, tothe familiar Yuletide tunes of Wales, England and Scotland, these songs are sure to warm your heart and rouse the spirit of this giving season in a way no other music can.

Song List
  • 1. All You That in This House
  • 2. Child In The Manger
  • 3. Christmas Day is Come
  • 4. Christmas Is Coming
  • 5. Deck the Halls
  • 6. Gloucestershire Wassai
  • 7. God rest ye merry Gentlemen
  • 8. Here We Come Awassailing
  • 9. I Saw Three Ships Asailing In
  • 10. Joseph and Gentle Mary
  • 11. Joy to the world
  • 12. Righteous Joseph
  • 13. Sans Day Carol
  • 14. The Christ Child's Lullaby
  • 15. The Coventry Carol
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