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Voicing/Instrumentation: Piano Solo


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Christmas
Instrumental/Instrumented



Comments for this piece:
From Danielle the Choir Pianist: Chose this one for a Christmas solo for the slightly minor but rich sound. Came down sick so I wasn't able to practice as often as I wanted, but it still came together quickly (for this seasoned pianist, anyway). I wasn't sure about the transitional sections between pieces but in the end this piece grew on me, and after the performance a member said it was so beautiful she cried (kudos to the composer!). TIP! For maximum ease of page-turning, I recommend placing p. 1 on the left hand side of your binder (facing p. 2), then turning the page at measure 37 JUST BEFORE starting "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen". You can begin the first phrase of "God Rest" at the top of measure 41, repeat to 20, then play on through. I originally had my first page alone on the right-hand side of my binder and the pageturning was not as easy!
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Song background:

Medley of We Three Kings of Orient Are, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, and O Come, O Come Emmanuel

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