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Hark the herald angels sing - Accordion

Difficulty:  Easy

Pages, including cover:  3

Easy accordion arrangement plus lyrics. Charles Wesley, the first hymn-writer of the Methodist movement, wrote these famous words.  His original tune fell out of favour, and it is usually WH Cummings' adaptation of a theme by Mendelssohn that is sung.

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Hark the herald angels sing - Accordion

Hark the herald angels sing - Accordion

Difficulty:  Easy

Pages, including cover:  3

Easy accordion arrangement plus lyrics. Charles Wesley, the first hymn-writer of the Methodist movement, wrote these famous words.  His original tune fell out of favour, and it is usually WH Cummings' adaptation of a theme by Mendelssohn that is sung.

Please listen to the audio sample below before purchase, to check this is the item you want.