Christmas Carols for Band or Brass Choir - Baritone Saxophone (Baritone Sax)
- Away In A Manger Traditional John T. Mcfarland V.3 William J. Kirkpatrick
- Deck The Hall Traditional Welsh Carol
- God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 19th Century English Carol
- 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
- Jingle Bells J. Pierpont Alan Jackson Kenny Chesney
- Jolly Old St. Nicholas 19th Century American Carol
- Joy To The World Isaac Watts George Frideric Handel Lowell Mason
- March Of The Three Kings M.l. Hohman Traditional French Melody
- O Christmas Tree Traditional German Carol
- O Come All Ye Faithful Adeste Fideles Frederick Oakeley English John Francis Wade
- O Come Little Children C. Von Schmidt J.p.a. Schulz
- O Holy Night John S. Dwight Trans. Placide Cappeau French Adolphe Adam
- O Little Town Of Bethlehem Phillips Brooks Lewis H. Redner
- O Sanctissima Sicilian Carol
- 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.
- While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks Nahum Tate George Frideric Handel
Publisher: Rubank Publications (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 04475650
Northwest Product Number: 112-0308-17-001
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