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  1. I made an arrangement of "Away in a Manger / Oh, Hush Thee, My Baby" and we recorded it yesterday. Two people from my ward provided vocal talents: Cathie Fisher and Olivia Arana. Olivia truly has the voice of an angel. Her part is later in the song, so be sure to listen to the entire thing. I think it would be really cool to do a video of this with Claire Crosby and her parents singing. They are expecting a new baby any day and they could probably get all 3 of their cute kids in the video. I don't know them, but somebody out there does. The version we recorded yesterday is here on Youtube. You can also find mp3 and PDF downloads on Music to me is a very powerful thing and should be used for good. I hope you enjoy the message of these songs in this arrangement. We sing about Easter (Christ's death and resurrection) every week. Surely we can sing about his birth (Christmas) more often. AWAY_IN_A_MANGER_-OH_HUSH_THEE_MY_BABY_-_mp3.mp3
  2. I have several new pieces of FREE sheet music on my website. These are arrangements of "Still, Still, Still / Oh, Hush Thee, My Baby." The piano arrangement is not made to be sung to as it is quite a bit different from the other arrangements. The arrangement for vocal duet could actually be a solo or choir piece as well. These are currently FREE! Please pass the word. Merry Christmas, Clip preview - Still, Still, Still medley for Piano and Flute.pdf preview - Still, Still, Still medley Piano solo.pdf preview - Still, Still, Still medley Vocal Duet.pdf