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Angel Alert

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Video
Composer Celeste Clydesdale
Arranger David Clydesdale
Publisher Word Entertainment
Catalog # 080689330094

Price: $37.50

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Angel Alert Composed by Celeste Clydesdale. Arranged by David Clydesdale. For Video. Published by Word Entertainment. (Catalog # 080689330094, UPC: 080689330094)

"Angel" means "messenger," and what better way to spread the message at Christmas time than with angels! In Angel Alert!, created by Celeste Clydesdale and arranged by David T. Clydesdale, your entire children's choir is made up of angels! In fact, they are all waiting to be told when to go to earth and make the grand announcement. As they wait for the call, they review God's faithfulness through His promises and some of the prophecies about the Savior's birth. The musical is full of worship and plenty of celebration, since the angels understand the love God has for His people in sending His Son to earth. Angel Alert! features a Teacher Resource Kit, instructional DVD, choreography instruction and performance video for "Angel Song" . . . everything you need to make this musical a success for everyone as your own angels share the important Christmas message!

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