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Vince would like this; very nice job.

I found an arrangement of this piece for unaccompanied classical guitar ages ago. Took me over a week to get the rhythm down well enough to play it for any listener. It's a tune that everyone recognizes, and more pianists should learn it and incorporate it into their holiday repertoire. It's more challenging than some other popular tunes.
 

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Vince would like this; very nice job.

I found an arrangement of this piece for unaccompanied classical guitar ages ago. Took me over a week to get the rhythm down well enough to play it for any listener. It's a tune that everyone recognizes, and more pianists should learn it and incorporate it into their holiday repertoire. It's more challenging than some other popular tunes.
Vince really set that show apart with his awesome songwriting and playing. I've always loved his arrangements. But the piano lines for this are surprisingly difficult. Hard to maintain that left hand rhythm while running the melody!
 
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