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Old Testament Fast Forward, The

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Singer Edition Un/2 Part
Composer Long/Pote
Publisher Hope Publishing Co
Catalog # 8501

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Old Testament Fast Forward, The Composed by Long/Pote. For Singer Edition Un/2 Part. Published by Hope Publishing Co. (Catalog # 8501, UPC: 763628185015)

Here is the latest musical for young voices from Tom Long and Allen Pote. This amusing 40-minute "attempt" to present the Old Testament begins with a promise to cover the entire history in ten minutes. Needless to say, they don't get all the way through - even after revising their estimate to twenty, then thirty, then forty - but there's plenty of humor, and moving moments as the kids encounter the lessons and eternal truths found within the stories of Adam & Eve, Noah, Moses, David and many more. Entertaining moments and meaningful content are thoughtfully balanced. Set and costume requirements are minimal and the mostly unison vocal lines are accessible for most children's and youth choirs.

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