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The Little Bell That Could Not Ring
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The Little Bell That Could Not Ring

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Conductor
Composer Donna Amorosia
Arranger Lori Weidemann
Publisher Jenson Publications Inc
Series Choral
Catalog # 44223067

Price: $19.99

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The Little Bell That Could Not Ring Composed by Donna Amorosia. Arranged by Lori Weidemann. For Conductor. Published by Jenson Publications Inc. (Catalog # 44223067, UPC: 073999700220)

A family of bells is faced with the dilemma of an out-of-tune member! The Little Bell tries and tries but just can NOT find the right pitch! Now it is Christmas Eve and the Bell family is scheduled to appear in concert. What should they do? Little Bell starts practicing and unknowingly guides Santa's sleigh with her ringing. The Little Bell saves the day after all!

This delightful musical for Grades K-3 includes 5 unison songs and a clever script featuring easy rhyming lines. The Teacher's Manual has a complete production guide with suggestions for costumes, set design and staging. Involve many classes or just one. Ideal for young “first-time” performers and is easily adapted to any school, church or community situation. Send a message to your students and parents that “everyone is special in their own way.”

Available: Teacher's Manual, Singer's Edition 5-Pak, Performance/Accompaniment CD. Performance Time: 15 minutes. For Grades K-3.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALLELUIA (DONNA AMOROSIA) WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA D  
CHRISTMAS IS LOVE (D.AMOROSIA) WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA D  
DROWN HER OUT! (D.AMOROSIA) WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA D  
IT'S CHRISTMAS (DONNA AMOROSIA) WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA D  
RING THE MERRY BELLS WEIDEMANN AMOROSIA D  
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