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13 (Choral Highlights)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Instrumental Accomaniment Part
Composer Jason Robert Brown
Arranger Roger Emerson
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 08621834

Price: $45.00

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13 (Choral Highlights) Composed by Jason Robert Brown. Arranged by Roger Emerson. For Instrumental Accomaniment Part. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08621834)

Evan has six weeks to go before he turns 13 and, after an idyllic childhood in New York City, he's just been uprooted and brought to Appleton, Indiana with his mother. He has one mission: get all the cool kids in school to come to his Bar Mitzvah, or else spend the rest of his academic career banished to the Land of the Geeks. 13 is a show about finding out who you are, finding out what you need, and finding out what's really important. In this 13-minute medley, choirs will enjoy the both the angst and the excitement of this pivotal time of growing up. Songs include: All Hail The Brain/Terminal Illness, Bad Bad News, Brand New You, Getting Ready, I Won't Give Up, The Lamest Place In The World, A Little More Homework, Thirteen/Becoming A Man, What It Means To Be A Friend.

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