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Orffestrations of An American Tapestry
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Orffestrations of An American Tapestry

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Linda Forrest
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Catalog # 30/1282H

Price: $15.00

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Orffestrations of An American Tapestry Composed by Linda Forrest. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/1282H, UPC: 000308042740)

The settling of America and the movement westward generated many songs from many different cultures that have become classics -- songs about love, work, religion, pride, and songs created simply for fun and enjoyment. This collection includes arrangements of eight songs that helped weave this great American musical tapestry. A variety of styles are employed, with the music ranging from easy to moderately challenging. By utilizing the narrative script that is also included, this work could become a special program or presentation. The format includes the full score for each song, along with separate Orff and vocal parts which maybe reproduced for classroom use.
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