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Nanny Claus: The North Pole Nanny

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Composer Beck/Fisher
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 31164

Price: $59.95

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Product Description

Nanny Claus: The North Pole Nanny Composed by Beck/Fisher. For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 31164, UPC: 038081339368)

When the naughty antics of the Elf family children cause yet another nanny to quit, who do you suppose will care for them while Mother and Father are too busy with their North Pole Christmas jobs? Why, Nanny Claus:The North Pole Nanny, of course! And she has just the right tricks up her sleeve. Three very special stocking stufers, an amazing outing with a magical snowman and surprise visits to the North Pole Sweeet Shoppe and Santa's Workshop teach this family about taking time to enjoy the holidays together. A theatrical score and engaging script that are reminiscent of your favorite nanny story! Recommended for Gr. 3 and up Time approx. 45 minutes Staging Notes included Enhanced SoundTrax CD with reproducible PDF files of Cover Art

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A DAY WITH A SNOWMAN  
BOWS  
BUSY CROSSOVER #1  
BUSY CROSSOVER #2  
FINALE  
MAKE A CHRISTMAS WISH  
NOTHING LIKE A SMILE AT CHRISTMAS  
SNOWMAN TAG  
SORRY SANTA  
THE ARGUMENT  
THE BUSIEST TIME OF YEAR  
THE NORTH POLE NANNY  

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