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Kids Gotta Move

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Collection
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger Jacobson, John

Price: $34.95

Catalog #09970879

UPC code: 073999495621

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

What is a Grapevine? How do you perform the California Raisins? Or the Cabbage Patch? These questions and more will all be answered in Kids Gotta Move! This handy book/DVD pack features over 100 choreography terms, defined and demonstrated with the young performer in mind. The movements are alphabetized for ease of use, with easy-to-follow definitions, diagrams and dozens of demonstration photos for further visual reference. The DVD features John Jacobson and two student dancers demonstrating each move, and the submenus on the DVD will allow you to go directly to the move you desire without fast-forwarding through an entire videotape! You'll never have to wonder what the Crocodile Smile looks like again. With Kids Gotta Move!, all the moves you'll ever need are right here for you. So get moving with Kids Gotta Move!

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