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         Easy Christmas Songs For Guitar - Book/DVD
   
 
  Title Easy Christmas Songs For Guitar - Book/DVD
  Artist Jean Welles
  Publisher Jean Welles Worship Guitar
  Product Code 12035678
  Format(s) Book/DVD
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    Price: $24.95
     
 
Jean Welles can teach you to play easy Christmas songs on your guitar. This book and DVD includes 14 familiar Christmas Songs. They are written in guitar friendly keys plus the DVD includes a practice session for each songs with tips how to play them better. You will learn over 30 chords with lots of different strumming and finger picking patterns.

Songs include: Silent Night, Away in a Manger, The First Noel, Joy to the World, Go Tell It On the Mountain, Angels We Have Heard on High, It Came Upon The Midnight, O Holy Night, We Three Kings, What Child Is This?, •God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, In The Bleak Midwinter, Child In A Manger, Do You Hear What I Hear?

These are ‘easier’ arrangements with chords and strumming so even the new guitar player can be ready to singalong with his or her friends and family for Christmas.
 
 
   
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