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  • £41.00

    Winter Wonderland - Dick Smith - Philip Sparke

    This enduringly popular seasonal song has long been a Christmas favourite, even though the lyrics don't mention 'Christmas' at all. The words were by Dick Smith (1901-1935) and the music by Felix Bernard (1897-1944). The inspiration was reportedly a visit by Smith to Honesdale's (his hometown) Central Park when it was covered in snow. The first recording was made by Richard Himber's Ritz-Carlton Orchestra in 1934. The same year Guy Lombardo and his band, The Royal Canadians, took the song to number 2 in the US Billboard Chart, where it stayed for 9 weeks. It has since been recorded by over 150 artists, the most successful versions being by Perry Como and the Andrews Sisters, both released in 1946.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £44.00

    Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree - Irwin Levine & L. Russell Brown - Inge Sunde

    Here is a great opportunity to pay a musical tribute to the 1970s ! "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree" was a worldwide hit for the group Dawn, featuring Tony Orlando in 1973.Other artists with cover version; Perry Como, Frank Sinatra and Tony Christie.Another swinging and well-arranged tune in this popular series, with many musical challenges in each of the instrumental parts.Five flexible parts make it approachable by small ensembles, or those with incomplete instrumentation.

  • £42.00

    It's Beginning to look alot like Christmas - Meredith Wilson

    This classic Christmas song has been recorded by artists such as Perry Como, Michael Buble and Alvin and the Chipmunks as well as being used in television advertising by supermarkets.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £39.00

    Winter Wonderland (Brass Band) - Dick Smith

    This endearingly popular seasonal song has long been a Christmas favourite, even though the lyrics don’t mention ‘Christmas’ at all. The words were by Dick Smith (1901-1935) and the music by Felix Bernard (1897-1944). The inspiration was reportedly a visit by Smith to Honesdale’s (his hometown) Central Park when it was covered in snow.The first recording was made by Richard Himber’s Ritz-Carlton Orchestra in 1934. The same year Guy Lombardo and his band, The Royal Canadians, took the song to number 2 in the US Billboard Chart, where it stayed for 9 weeks. It has since been recorded by over 150 artists, the most successful versions being by Perry Como and the Andrews Sisters, both released in 1946.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days