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Get America Singing-A Musical Celebratio

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Conductor
Composer Jacobson/Dilworth/Em
Arranger John Jacobson
Artist Christoph Parkening
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Music Express Books
Catalog # 09970865

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Get America Singing-A Musical Celebratio Composed by Jacobson/Dilworth/Em. Arranged by John Jacobson. Performed by Christoph Parkening. For Conductor. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970865, UPC: 073999708653)

John Jacobson's short script based on the poetry of Walt Whitman connects these favorite songs in this 20-minute celebration perfect for the entire school. With six arrangements by some of the top choral arrangers, everything you need is under one cover! The Teacher's Edition features accompanied vocal arrangements, choreography, and reproducible singer sheets. For dollar-stretching value, receive the Teacher Edition and Performance/Accompaniment CD in the handy Classroom Kit. Songs include: The Star Spangled Banner (arr. Hogan), Down by the Riverside (arr. Dilworth), Triple Play/Take Me Out to the Ballgame (Jacobson/Higgins), Simple Gifts (arr. Snyder), My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean (arr. Jacobson/Shaw) and Get America Singing (Jacobson/Emerson). Performance Time: approx. 20 minutes. For Grades 3-6.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE GREEN,BENNY GREEN/AFRICAN AMERIC  
GET AMERICA SINGING EMERSON/JACOBSON  
MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE OCEAN JACOBSON/SHAW/TRADIT  
SIMPLE GIFTS PARKENING,CHRISTOPH BRYMER/VALENTINE/TRA  
STAR-SPANGLED BANNER,THE MORMON TABERNACLE CH KEY/SMITH/WIEGRATZ  
TRIPLE PLAY BOYD/HIGGINS/JACOBSO  
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