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Miracle On Bethlehem Street

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Conductor
Composer Alexander/Long
Arranger Don Hart
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Daybreak Christmas Choral
Catalog # 08741188

Price: $24.99

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Miracle On Bethlehem Street Composed by Alexander/Long. Arranged by Don Hart. For Conductor. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08741188, UPC: 073999151671)

Bethlehem has never been busier! Caesar's Census has the entire town in a frenzy...and of course, everyone's favorite innkeeper plans to capitalize on the coming crowds. He's decided to make his inn a luxury inn complete with valet camel hitching and a fig on every pillow. From joyous to gentle, 'Miracle on Bethlehem Street' captures the Christmas story in an unforgettable telling with fun and touching songs along with clever dialog.

Available: Director's Manual (songs, dialog and piano accompaniments, teaching materials, lesson plans, movement, a bulletin cover and poster), Singer's Edition 5-Pak (vocal lines and dialog), Reproducible Pak (lyric sheets, dialog, games, puzzles and activity pages), ChoirTrax Cassette, ChoirTrax CD, Preview Cassette, RehearsalTrax Pak. Performance Time: 30 minutes. Grades 1-6.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BETHLEHEM IS BUSY HART DON ALEXANDER,L  
CHASING A STAR HART DON ALEXANDER L  
DOLLARS AND CENSUS HART DON ALEXANDER L  
EVERYBODY WANTS TO STAY HART DON ALEXANDER L  
FLOCKWATCHERS HART DON ALEXANDER L  
MAKE A PLACE HART DON ALEXANDER L  
MIRACLE ON BETHLEHEM STREET HART DON ALEXANDER L  
MUSICAL INTERLUDE HART DON ALEXANDER L  
RECEIVE THE KING HART DON ALEXANDER L  
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