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Hoppin'through The Holidays

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Gallina, Jill
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc

Price: $49.95

Catalog #35009667

UPC code: 747510069652

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

16 holiday songs for the entire year! Hoppin' Through the Holidays is a versatile collection of sixteen songs celebrating the major holidays that fall within the course of the school year. Each song has been arranged by Jill Gallina for unison voices with an optional 2nd part and works well in classroom or concert settings. There is a short rhyming introductory script preceding each song providing the educator with a myriad of performance options. Songs include: Hoppin' Through the Holidays; Christopher Columbus; What Can We be for Halloween?; The Turkey Wobble; Lots of Latkes; Sparkling Christmas Tree; Kwanzaa; I Have a Dream; On Valentine's Day; Abraham Lincoln; Beat the Drum for George Washington; It's St. Patrick's Day; Guardians of the Earth; Let's Go on an Easter Egg Hunt; On Memorial Day; Let's Make a Flag for Flag Day. Grades K-4.

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