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Once Upon A Lily Pad

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Conductor
Composer Mary Donnelly
Arranger George L O Strid
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Choral
Catalog # 08745835

Price: $19.99

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Product Description

Once Upon A Lily Pad Composed by Mary Donnelly. Arranged by George L O Strid. For Conductor. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08745835, UPC: 073999458350)

What's this? A green frog feeling blue? Frederich J. Frog has lost all of his self-confidence and is feeling miserable. As he wanders around the pond, he finds that all of the other pond creatures have something that he wishes he had. The egrets, the turtles, the fireflies all have their own special talents. But what can Freddie do? This delightful play features seven unison songs, easy-to-learn dialog, and is easily adaptable to small or large casts. Available: Teacher's Manual, Singer's Edition (5-pak), Preview CD, Performance/Accompaniment CD. Performance Time: 30 minutes. Grades 2-5.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COME OUT OF YOUR SHELL STRID G DONNELLY M  
DEEP WATER STRID G DONNELLY M  
FLY AWAY STRID G DONNELLY M  
LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE STRID G DONNELLY M  
LISTEN TO YOUR PARENTS STRID G DONNELLY M  
THIS IS THE LIFE FOR ME STRID G DONNELLY M  
WINGS AND FEATHERS FEATHERS AND WINGS STRID G DONNELLY M  

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