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Inside Out (Director's Manual)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Unison 2 Part
Composer Rebold/Marsh
Artist Eve 6
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Praisesong Choral
Catalog # 08742942

Price: $19.95

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Product Description

Inside Out (Director's Manual) Composed by Rebold/Marsh. Performed by Eve 6. For Unison 2 Part. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08742942, UPC: 073999665222)

Ten high-energy songs are contained in this collection which will motivate children to move, jump, sing, shout and pray! Children are bombarded today with choices ... at school,, at home, at play. They often get mixed messages in the world and this collection is designed to promote making godly choices day by day. Add the optional narration to create a 25-minute character-building musical. Available: Director's Manual, Singer's Edition 5-Pak, ChoirTrax CD, Preview CD (full performance only), Preview Pak (1 Singer Edition and 1 Preview CD) and CD 10-Pak (contains 10 Preview CDs for individual rehearsal). For Gr. 2-6.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DREAM STARTS NOW,THE MARSH/REBOLD  
GOOD CITIZENSHIP SONG,THE MARSH/REBOLD  
GOTTA BE FAIR MARSH/REBOLD  
IF IT IS TO BE IT IS UP TO ME MARSH/REBOLD  
INSIDE OUT EVE 6 MARSH/REBOLD  
RESPECT FRANKLIN,ARETHA MARSH/REBOLD  
RESPONSIBILITY MXPX MARSH/REBOLD  
WHAT IF NO ONE CARED MARSH/REBOLD  
YOU CAN COUNT ON ME MARSH/REBOLD  

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