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Finding Your Song

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Voicing/Format Video
Composer John Jacobson
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09971103

Price: $19.95

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Finding Your Song Composed by John Jacobson. For Video. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09971103, UPC: 884088158880)

Whether you've just started middle school or are at the end of your high school years, figuring out who you are and how you fit in this world is not easy. After spending decades with young musicians in schools, churches and communities, John Jacobson offers unique insights into what it means to be growing up in a 'choir of citizens' who are all 'singing' a different tune. He shares some of his stories and how he took risks, in order to pursue his dreams. There are many paths to pursue in life. Which path will you choose? You are valuable. We need your song! Topics include: Who Is This Guy? It's All About Me, Three Little Words, Finding Your Song. Available in CD and DVD formats.
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