Book Title: Professional Pianist's Christmas Fake Book, The
Song count: 120 songs
Imprint: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, c1992.
Callnumber: MP1630.28 .P76 1992

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Song Title Composer
A-caroling we go Johnny Marks
Angels form the realms of glory James Montgomery, Henry Smart
Angels we have heard on high French/English Traditional
As with gladness men of old William Chatterton Dix, Conrad Kocher
Auld lang syne Robert Burns, Traditional Melody
Away in a manger Martin Luther, Carl Mueller
Because it's Christmas (for all of the children) Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman, Jack Feldman
Blue Christmas Billy Hayes, Jay Johnson
Boar's head carol, the English Traditional
Brazilian sleighbells Percy Faith
Break forth, o beauteous heavenly light Johann Rist, J. Troutbeck
Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella Provencal
C-h-r-i-s-t-m-a-s Jenny Lou Carson, Eddy Arnold
Caroling, caroling Wihla Hutson, Alfred Burt
Chipmunk song, the Ross Bagdasarian
Christ was born on Christmas day German
Christman waltz, the Sammy Cahn, Jules Styne
Christmas carol, a Leslie Bricusse
Christmas comes in the nick of time Lee Evans
Christmas is Spence Maxwell, Percy Faith
Christmas is just about here Loonis McGlohon
Christmas whistle song (thanks for the Christmas carol) Lee Evans
Come thou, long-expected Jesus Charles Wesley, Rowland Prichard
Coventry carol Traditional English
Dance of the suger plum fairy (from "the nutcracker") Peter I. Tchaikovsky
Deck the hall Traditional Welsh
Do they know Christmas M. Ure, B. Geldof
Everyone's a child at Christmas Johnny Marks
First Noel, the Traditional French-English
Friendly Beast, the English
From heaven above to Earth I come Martin Luther
Frosty the snow man Steve Nelson, Jack Rollins
Fum, fum, fum Spanish
Go, tell it on the mountain Negro Spiritual
God rest ye merry, gentlemen Traditional English
Goin' on a sleighride Ralph Blane
Good Christian men, rejoice German
Good King Wenceslas John M. Neale
Greatest gift of all, the John Jarvis
Happy Christmas, little friend Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Happy holiday Irving Berlin
Happy holiday Lee Evans
Happy new year darling Carmen Lombardo, Johnny Marks
Happy Xmas (war is over) John Lennon, Yoko Ono
Hard candy Christmas Carol Hall
Hark! the herald angels sing Charles Wesley, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Here we come a-wassailing Traditional English Melody
Holly and the ivy, the English
Holly jolly Christmas, a Johnny Marks
Home for the holidays Al Stillman, Robert Allen
I heard the bells on Christmas Day Henry Longfellow, Johnny Marks
I heard the bells on Christmas Day Hernry Longfellow, John Baptiste Calkin
I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus Tommie Connor
I saw three ships English Traditional
I still believe in Santa Claus Maurice Starr, Al Lancollotti
I'll be home for Christmas Kim Gannon, Walter Kent
I'm speding Christmas with you Tom Occhipinti
It came upon the midnight clear Edmund H. Sears, Richard S. Willis
It's just another New Year's eve Marty Panzer, Barry Manilow
Jingle bells J. Pierpont
Jingle, jingle , jingle Johnny Marks
Jingle-bell rock Joe Beal, Jim Boothe
Jolly old St. Nicholas Traditional
Joy to the world Isaac Watts, George F. Handel
Last month of the year (What month was Jesus born in?) Ruby Pickens Tartt, Alan Lomax, Vera Hall
Let it snow! let it snow! let it snow! Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne
Lo, how a rose e'er blooming Micheal Praetorius
March of the toys Victor Herbert
Marshmallow world, a Carl Sigman, Peter DeRose
Mary had a baby Negro Spiritual
Masters in this hall English
Merry Christmas polka, the Paul Francis Webster, Sonny Burke
Merry, merry Christmas to you, a Johnny Marks
Most wonderful day of the year, the Johnny Marks
Must be Santa Hal Moore, Bill Fredricks
Night before Christmas, the Johnny Marks, Clement Moore
Noel! Noel! French-English
Nuttin' for Christmas Roy Bennett, Sid Tepper
O Christmas tree Traditional German
O come, All ye faithful Frederick Oakeley, John Reading
O come, little children J.A.P. Schulz
O come, o come, Immanuel John M. Neale, Henry S. Coffin
O holy night J.S. Dwight, Adolphe Adam
O little town of Bethlehem Phillips Brooks, Lewis H. Redner
O sanctissima Sicilian
Old fashioned Christmas, an Johnny Marks
Old toy trains Roger Miller
Once in royal David's city C.F. Alexander, H.J. Gauntlett
Pretty paper Willie Nelson
Rockin' around the Christmas tree Johnny Marks
Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer Johnny Marks
Santa baby Joan Javits, Phil Springer, Tony Springer
Santa, bring my baby back (to me ) Claude De Metruis, Aaron Schroeder
Santa Claus parade, the Johnny Marks
Silent night Joseph Mohr, Franz Gruber
Silver and gold Johnny Marks
Sing we now of Christmas French
Sleep, holy babe Edward Caswell, J.B. Dykes
Some children see him Wihla Hutson, Alfred Burt
Star carol, the Wihla Hutson, Alfred Burt
Still, still, still Austrian
Suzy snowflake Sid Tepper, Roy Bennett
That Christmas feeling Bennie Benjamin, George Weiss
There is no Christmas like a home Christmas Carl Sigman, Mickey J. Addy
This time of year Cliff Owens, Jesse Hollis
Toyland Glen MacDonough, Victor Herbert
Twelve day of Christmas, the Traditional
Ukranian bell carol Ukranian
Up on the house top Traditional
Watchmen, tell us of the night John Bowring, Jakob Hintze
We are Santa's elves Johnny Marks
We three kings of orient are John H. Hopkins
We wish you a merry Christmas Traditional English
We'll dress the house Wihla Hutson, Alfred Burt
What child is this? (Greensleeves) Traditional English
When Santa Claus gets your letter Johnny Marks
While shepherds watched their flocks by night Nahum Tate, George F. Handel
White world of winter, the Mitchell Parish, Hoagy Carmichael
Wonderful world of Christmas, the Charles Tobias, Al Frisch
You're all I want for Christmas Glen Moore, Seger Ellis

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