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Dinostars

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Conductor
Desc Teacher Book (K-3)
Composer Jacobson/Brymer
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09971183

Price: $17.95

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Product Description

Dinostars Composed by Jacobson/Brymer. For Conductor. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09971183, UPC: 884088242596)

They sing - they dance - they'll make you laugh if you give them a chance! Here come the Dinostars - taking the stage to entertain you with heroic and Mesozoic acts of fun! With Raptors who rap, stand-up comedians, and even Tyrannosaurus Tex and his gang of line-dancing dinosaurs, our panel of judges have a big job ahead of them! Young performers in the primary grades will love their time in the spotlight with this entertaining 20-minute musical featuring five original songs in a variety of musical styles, clever rhyming dialog with over 35 speaking parts easily adaptable to casts of varying sizes, simple movement and production tips to help stage a successful performance, even when time is limited. Let's get on with the show! Available: Teacher Edition, Reproducible Pak (vocals, lyric sheets, dialog), Preview CD (with vocals), Preview Pak (1 Preview CD and sample pages), Performance/Accompaniment CD, and Classroom Kit (Teacher, Reproducible Pak, P/A CD). Duration: ca. 20 minutes. Suggested for grades K-3.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DINOSAUR ROCK  
DINOSAUR TWO-STEP  
DINOSTARS  
MICROPACHYCEPHALOSAURUS  
RAPTORS RAP, THE  

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