Lassus Saxes for Saxophone Choir by Henry Fillmore

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The Silvis Woodshed The Silvis Woodshed contains many midi files for choral music. King The Welcome - Irish Melody, Poetry by T. Of course I checked it out and immediately purchased a school & several student subscriptions. Festive Partner-song arrangement of the Swedish carol "Yuletide is Here Again" and the Danish carol "A Child is Born in Bethlehem" is a nice, joyful change of pace for your young singers during the Christmas season.

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