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December In Our Town
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December In Our Town

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Accompaniment Cassette
Composer Emerson, Roger
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Music First Express

Price: $49.95

Catalog #08740355

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

'A Multicultural Celebration of the Season.' Staging by John Jacobson. Orchestrated by John Higgins. Celebrate the wonder, the joy...and the diversity of the month of December with this imaginative 30-minute all-school revue for elementary or middle school performers by Roger Emerson. A group of young people, while collecting canned goods for a food bank, discovers holiday traditions of other cultures. Through their experiences, they grow to understand each other better, and learn that peace, joy, and hope are holiday traditions that can be shared by all. For Gr. 1-8.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DECEMBER IN OUR TOWN EMERSON R  
INNKEEPER EMERSON R  
KWANZAA CELEBRATION EMERSON R  
LA FIESTA! EMERSON R  
LIGHT THE CANDLE (THE HANUKKAH SONG) EMERSON R  
ROCKIN' OLD ST. NICHOLAS EMERSON R  
SEASON OF HOPE EMERSON R  
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