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Fun Christmas Medley
Sheet Music arranged by Sandra Zylstra
A delightful mix of “Jingle Bells”, “Up On The Housetop” and “Jolly Old St. Nicholas” makes this duet fun for both performers and audience. Intermediate showcase duet arranged by Sandra Zylstra.
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About the arranger
Sandra Zylstra earned a degree in elementary education with an emphasis in music from Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas. She has an active piano studio, is a high school accompanist, teaches elementary music, and is a pianist in her church. Sandra specializes in arranging piano music for students of all levels. In her spare time she enjoys hiking and gardening.
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