Lorinda Jones - Christmas Solos And Duets For The Mountain Dulcimer

Item number 1310115, Regular price $10.00

"Christmas Solos And Duets For The Mountain Dulcimer" is a collection of 20 holiday favorites arranged for the Appalachian Mountain dulcimer. Arranged by Lorinda Jones, the tunes include melody, chords, lyrics and tablature.

28 pages.

Song list:

All Through The Night - DAD
All Through The Night (Harmony) - DAD
Angels We Have Heard On High - DAD
Away In A Manger - DAD
Christmas Day In The Morning - DAD
Christmas Day In The Morning (Back-up Chords (high/low)) - DAD
Deck The Halls - DAD
Hark The Herald Angels Sing - DAD
I Saw Three Ships - DAD
In The Bleak Midwinter - DAD - Composed by: Gustav Host
Jesus, Jesus Rest Your Head - DAD
Joseph Lieber Joseph Mein - DAD
Jesus Born In Beth'ny - DAD - Composed by: John Jacob Niles
Now The Holly Bears A Berry - DAD
Still, Still, Still - DAD
Still, Still, Still (Part II) - DAD
Star Of The East Brightest And Best - DAD
The Snow Lay On The Ground - DAD
Silent Night - DAD - Composed by: Franz Gruber
The Huron Carol - DAD - Composed by: Father Jean De Brefeuf
There Was A Pig Went Out To Dig - DAD
We Wish You A Merry Christmas - DAD
What Child Is This? - DAD - Composed by: William Chatterton Dix

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