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Let's Hear It For The Heroes

Let's Hear It For The Heroes

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Composer Gallina/Gallina
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # 35012715
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Let's Hear It For The Heroes Composed by Gallina/Gallina. For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # 35012715, UPC: 747510028666)

It is half time and the Gophers trail the Badgers by 20 points for the basketball championship. As they enter the locker room, the Gophers are exhausted and ready to give up. Coach Brown is desperate and makes a number of unsuccessful attempts to rally the basketball team. Through the use of sports cards featuring some of the greatest sports figures in history, legends come to life and their inspiring stories serve to energize the Gophers into a last-minute victory. The seven songs include important messages about sportsmanship, following dreams, not giving up, and as the final song says, trying to be the best that you can be. Sports legends featured include Wilma Rudolf, Arthur Ashe, Vince Lombardi, Jackie Robinson, and others who faced great obstacles to acquire their dreams. Grade Level: 4-9; Perf. Time: approx. 40 minutes

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