If Al Gore is to believe, we won’t be seeing many Winter Wonderlands in the near future. Luckily, what remains is this wonderful song by Felix Bernhard (music) and Richard B. Smith (lyrics). The latter is said to have written the song while recovering from tuberculosis in The West Mountain Sanatorium. There he had lots of time – and snow – to come up with the witty lyrics. Unfortunately, these lyrics didn’t survive the frumpishness of the Fifties, and were adapted to the then prevailing morality...
Winter Wonderland has been preformed by zillions of artists and recorded by more then 200 musicians. We’re quite sure you have heard it during Christmas Season. It is a song that can not be missed in your repertoire!
The arrangement consists of a score, parts for piano, violin 1, violin 2, and cello.
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