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|Posted By:||pdpaddoc, Tue, 21 Jun 2011 More from this user|
|Key written in:||F Major|
|How many parts:||6|
|Lyrics:||O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree; how lovely are your branches|
|Comments:||Here is a very contemporary rendition of the Christmas carol sung by many choirs and folks who celebrate.|
Be careful with the chords on this one; for easier chord maneuvering, the Ab on "are" could be raised up an octave if desired. Then this would be for the lead and the bari and bass parts sing their respective notes under it.
Tony Bennett and many others sing this carol with "steadfast are" rather than "lovely are;" if you wish to sing those words, by all means you can if you want to. Any verse will do.
|ALL FILES:||Zip file containing 2 files|
|All Parts mix:||or listen now:||
|Arranger:||Paul Paddock||Year: 2011|
|Made famous by:||unknown||Year: unknown|
|Learning tracks sung by:||unknown|