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Folk Songs & Play-Alongs

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Orff Collection
Composer David Asplund
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09971300

Price: $17.99

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Folk Songs & Play-Alongs Composed by David Asplund. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09971300, UPC: 884088362812)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2009 **

Orff specialist David Asplund gathers his “best-of-the-best” arrangements into this superb collection of original songs and folk song material for young voices and accompanying Orff instruments. These tried-and-true creative extensions have been used in his classroom over the years and they work! The collection is separated into selections for primary grades and upper elementary, along with easy-to-teach learning procedures for a successful, must have addition to your music resource library! Available: Teacher Edition. Suggested for grades 1-6.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
APPLE SONG  
BLACK SNAKE  
CHATER WITH ANGELS MEDLEY  
GOOD NEWS  
HEAVE-HO ME LADIES  
I CAN PLAY THE HAND DRUM  
I RISE WHEN THE ROOSTER CROWS  
MUSIC MAGIC  
OLD JOE CLARK  
RED,WHITE AND BLUE  
SAILORS OF THE SEA  
SHOO, FLY  
SKIP TO MY LOU  
SOURWOOD MOUNTAIN  
SPIDER  
THE GOSPEL TRAIN  
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