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It's Christmas Carol

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Composer Jacobson/Emerson
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09970638

Price: $59.99

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Product Description

It's Christmas Carol Composed by Jacobson/Emerson. For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970638, UPC: 073999577266)

It's holiday time and the clock is ticking! The elves are happily bustling around, putting the final touches on the presents that Santa will soon be delivering to children all around the world. Everyone is excited - except for lead elf, Carol. Holiday Time? Big deal! Carol is the definition of the word grump. Join the fun as the ghosts of holiday past, present and future each pay a visit to Carol and help her see why holiday time IS a big deal and that it's never too late to get the holiday spirit! This delightful 30-minute holiday musical features 6 songs for unison voices with optional harmony, and a script with 20 speaking parts easily adapted to casts of varying sizes. The Teacher Edition includes piano/vocal arrangements, choreography, dialog, and helpful production guide. Singer books provide vocal lines and dialog. Top off your performance with the professionally-produced orchestrations on the Performance/Accompaniment CD. Available: Teacher Edition, Singer Edition 5-Pak, Preview CD (with vocals), Perf/Accomp CD. Performance Time: Approx. 30 minutes. For Gr. 3-6.

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