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Friends To The North and Friends To The

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Bk/Cd
Arranger Greg Gilpin
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Catalog # 30/2483H

Price: $39.95

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Friends To The North and Friends To The Arranged by Greg Gilpin. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2483H, UPC: 9781429107501)

In this accessible multicultural collection, best-selling composer/arranger Greg Gilpin turns his attention to folk songs from Canada and Mexico. Some are familiar, others might be brand new to the singer, teacher or listener, and all are well crafted for young singers and will be a wonderful addition to your classroom or concert program. A marvelous budget-stretcher, this book includes vocal/piano scores and pertinent musical information about the countries and songs, along with a mixed-media CD that includes the performance and accompaniment tracks as well as reproducible vocal parts.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CANADA  
CIELITO LINDO (BEAUTIFUL SWEETHEART)  
EL CASCABEL (THE LITTLE BELL)  
EL JARABE TAPATIO (THE MEXICAN HAT DANCE  
EL JARABE TAPATIO-SONG AND DANCE  
GRANDMA'S ADVICE  
HO HO WATANAY (SLEEP SLEEP LITTLE ONE )  
IF MY OLD TOP WERE A DANCING MAN  
IN ALL THE COUNTRY 'ROUND  
LA BAMBA (DANCE SONG)  
MADAM MADAM YOU CAME COURTING  
MANANITAS TAPATIAS (BIRTHDAY GREETING SO  
MEXICO  
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