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The Big Chill

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Conductor
Composer Albrecht/Althouse
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 22964

Price: $34.99

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The Big Chill Composed by Albrecht/Althouse. For Conductor. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 22964, UPC: 038081221472)

OK, teachers...admit it...it's not JUST the students who are hoping for a snow day at your school, right? Well, the students and the faculty in this fun-filled 20-minute mini-musical are pleasantly surprised to learn that they share this common wintertime wish. But, with this exciting music and witty rhyming script, don't be surprised when you and your students unanimously agree that The Big Chill is a big THRILL! Recommended for grades K-6. Performance Time: Approximately 20 minutes. Staging Suggestions included. Reproducible Student Pages included. You may also try using a "multi-generational" cast, involving both students and faculty from your school. "Wintertime" theme, appropriate from November through March!

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