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Frosty's First Adventure

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Arranger Mark Brymer
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09970273

Price: $59.99

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Product Description

Frosty's First Adventure Arranged by Mark Brymer. For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970273, UPC: 073999702736)

A corncob pipe ... a button nose ... and two eyes made out of coal! There's magic in the air as everyone's favorite jolly happy soul comes to life on stage in this holiday adventure for the entire school! Join in the merriment with Mr. Frozen H20 (aka Frosty) and his friends for a make-believe sleigh ride that takes them alittle too far away from home and into the backyard of Mr. Crabby. Will Frosty survive a night in jail with the heat turned up too high? This 30-minute holiday musical combines old favorites and upbeat, new originals that swing! The Teacher's Manual includes full piano/vocal arrangements, dialog, and a helpful production guide. The Singer's Edition contains vocal lines only and dialog, and the performance/accompaniment CD features the spectacular orchestrations of Mark Brymer. Grab your hat and mittens and get ready for the magic to begin! Songs include: Frosty the Snow Man, Jingle Bell Joy Ride, I Hate This Holiday (Mr. Crabby's Song), Up on the Housetop, Mr. Frozen H20, How Can There Be a Christmas Without Frosty?, The Frosty Way.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
UP ON THE HOUSETOP B.R. HANDY BRYMER,MARK  

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