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How Does Your Garden Grow (5-Pack)
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How Does Your Garden Grow (5-Pack)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Singer Edition Un/2 Part
Composer John Jacobson
Arranger John Higgins
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Expressive Art (CHORAL)
Catalog # 09970037

Price: $12.99

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Product Description

How Does Your Garden Grow (5-Pack) Composed by John Jacobson. Arranged by John Higgins. For Singer Edition Un/2 Part. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970037, UPC: 073999700374)

Let's take a journey to Herb's magical garden. The seeds have sprouted, the rain has come, and petals bloom brightly in the sun. But what's this!?! The weeds are taking over! Join the fun with a country-style garden hoedown, and help save the crop! This clever, original 20-minute musical features five songs in a variety of styles with easy-to-learn rhyming dialog. The Teacher's Manual comes complete with the accompanied songs, script, choreography, staging and costume ideas. The Singer's Edition includes the script, vocal lines and choreography only, and if you're performing with a 'cast of thousands,' choose the handy Reproducible Pak (vocal lines, lyric sheets and dialog). The ShowTrax Cassette or CD include the spectacular orchestration by John Higgins for a truly professional production. Available: Teacher's Manual, Singer's Edition 5-Pak, Reproducible Pak, Preview CD (Full Performance) and Performance/Accompaniment Cassette and CD. Performance Time: 20 minutes. For Grades K-4.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
GARDEN HOEDOWN,THE  
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?  
PLANTING SEEDS  
WE ARE THE LOVELIEST FLOWERS  
WEEDS RULE!  

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