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Jingle All The Way

Jingle All The Way

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Performance CD
Desc Preview Cd
Composer Jacobson/Higgins
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09971191
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Jingle All The Way Composed by Jacobson/Higgins. For Performance CD. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09971191, UPC: 884088242671)

It's Christmas time! And with some help from MapQuest, Johnnie, Nellie and Susie head out for the North Pole to meet Santa. “Just listen for the jingle in Santa's heart.” But, what's this? Santa has lost his jingle? Have we lost the true meaning of Christmas? The kids will never find him now. Join the journey as the North Pole gang gets everyone's help to restore the jingle in Santa's heart and find the spirit and joy of the season. Young performers in the primary grades will have their night to shine in this entertaining 25-minute musical featuring five original songs in a variety of styles, clever rhyming dialog with 30 speaking parts easily adaptable to casts of varying sizes, simple movement and production tips to help stage a successful performance, even when time is limited. Available: Teacher Edition, Reproducible Pak (vocals, lyric sheets, dialog), Preview CD (with vocals), Preview Pak (1 Preview CD and sample pages), Performance/Accompaniment CD, and Classroom Kit (Teacher, Reproducible Pak, P/A CD). Duration: ca. 25 minutes. Suggested for Grades K-3.

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