Yuletide Favorites For Ukulele

Yuletide Favorites For Ukulele
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This Christmas collection for ukulele features easy-to-read arrangements with melody in standard notation, tablature, lyrics, chord symbols and diagrams. Selections include traditional American and English carols as well as songs from other countries. Seasonal and holiday tunes are featured, as well as wassails, ancient airs and dances.


  • All Hail To The Days
  • Angels We Have Heard On High
  • As With Gladness Men Of Old
  • Auld Lang Syne
  • Away In A Manger
  • Away In A Manger (Alternate)
  • Boar's Head, The
  • Cherry Tree Carol
  • Child This Day Is Born, A
  • Christmas Is Coming
  • Coventry Carol
  • Deck The Hall
  • First Nowell, The
  • Friendly Beasts, The
  • Gesu Bambino
  • Gloucestershire Wassail
  • Go Tell It On The Mountain
  • God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
  • Good Christian Men, Rejoice
  • Good King Wenceslas
  • Hark, The Herald Angels Sing
  • Here We Come A-Wassailing
  • Holly And The Ivy, The
  • Holly And The Ivy, The (Alternate)
  • Huron Carol
  • I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day
  • I Saw Three Ships
  • In The Bleak Midwinter
  • It Came Upon The Midnight Clear
  • Jingle Bells
  • Joy To The World
  • Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming
  • Masters In This Hall
  • Noel Nouvelet
  • O Christmas Tree
  • O Come, All Ye Faithful
  • O Little Town Of Bethlehem
  • O Thou Joyful Day
  • Once In Royal David's City
  • Past Three O'clock
  • Silent Night
  • Snow Lay On The Ground, The
  • Sussex Carol
  • Sweet Chiming Bells
  • We Three Kings Of Orient Are
  • We Wish You A Merry Christmas
  • Wexford Carol
  • What Child Is This
  • While Shepherds Watched
  • Winds Through The Olive Trees


Product IDCOBS012973577
Editor/Arranger Sheridan, Dick
Instrumentation Ukulele Solo
Publisher Hal Leonard
Language Eng
Media Book
No of Pages80

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