- Angels We Have Heard On High Traditional French Carol James Chadwick
- Away In A Manger John T. Mcfarland V.3 James R. Murray
- Go Tell It On The Mountain African-America Spiritual John W. Work Jr.
- Good Christian Men Rejoice 14th Century Latin Text John Mason Neale German Melody
- Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Charles Wesley George Whitefield Felix Mendelssohn-Bar William H. Cummings
- It Came Upon The Midnight Clear Edmund Hamilton Sears Richard Storrs Willis
- Joy To The World Isaac Watts George Frideric Handel Lowell Mason
- O Come All Ye Faithful Adeste Fideles Frederick Oakeley English John Francis Wade
- O Come O Emmanuel Traditional Latin Text John M. Neale V. 1 2 Henry S. Coffin 3 4 15th Century French Melody Thomas Helmore
- O Little Town Of Bethlehem Phillips Brooks Lewis H. Redner
- Once In Royal David's City Cecil F. Alexander Henry J. Gauntlett
- Silent Night Joseph Mohr John F. Young Franz X. Gruber Susan Boyle
- The First Noel 17th Century English Carol W. Sandys' Christmas Carols
- We Three Kings Of Orient Are John H. Hopkins Jr.
- What Child Is This? William C. Dix 16th Century English Melody
Publisher: Canadian Brass (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 50484040
Northwest Product Number: 107-0312-01-001
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