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Animal Song Favorites (Bk/Cd)

Animal Song Favorites (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Collection
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Big Note Songbook
Catalog # 00316077
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Animal Song Favorites (Bk/Cd) For Teacher's Edition. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00316077, UPC: 073999160772)

Kidsongs Sing-Alongs videos and CDs have been a big hit with kids and parents. These new book/CD packs now give kids the pleasure of singing and playing along with their favorite songs. The books include melody/lyric/chord arrangements that can be played on any C instrument. The books also feature a separate lyrics section so kids can practice their reading skills while reading the lyrics and following along with the CD. The CDs include full-performances of each song by kids. This pack features 15 fun songs that kids will love to sing along with! Includes: Animal Fair; The Bear Went Over the Mountain; BINGO; Five Little Monkeys; Little Bunny Foo Foo; Pop! Goes the Weasel; Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone; and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANIMAL FAIR,THE  
BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP  
BEAR WENT OVER THE MOUNTAIN,THE  
BEST DOG IN THE WORLD,THE  
BINGO  
FIVE LITTLE MONKEYS  
I HAD A LITTLE ROOSTER  
LION TAMER,THE  
LITTLE BUNNY FOO FOO  
OLD GRAY MARE,THE (OLD GREY MARE)  
OLD GREY MARE,THE  
PETTING ZOO,THE  
POP GOES THE WEASEL  
PUSSY CAT PUSSY CAT  
RACCOON AND POSSUM  
WHERE OH WHERE HAS MY LITTLE DOG GONE  

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