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Partners Around The World

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Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Composer Jacobson/Billingsley
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Expressive Art (CHORAL)
Catalog # 09970252

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Partners Around The World Composed by Jacobson/Billingsley. For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970252)

Take a trip around the world with this creative, new collection of 12 partner songs by John and Alan and introduce 2-part singing in a snap! From Africa to Japan to down under in Australia, your students will enjoy old favorites paired with new originals for instant harmonic fun! This all-in-one format comes complete with piano/vocal accompaniment, choreography and reproducible singer pages. Songs include: Yankee Doodle Boy/Kid from the USA, Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral/Hush-a-Bye, O Canada/My Canada!, Funiculi Funicula/Let's Go to Italy, Aloha Oe/How Could I Leave Hawaii?, Kalinka/I Have a Garden, Cielito Lindo/Let's Dance, Zum Gali Gali/Gali Gali Zum, We Are Marching to Pretoria/My Africa, Alouette/I Knew a Girl, Ame Ame/Rain, Rain Go Away, Squawk!/I Love to Go to Australia.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALOHA OE QUEEN LILIUOKALANI JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
ALOUETTE TRADITIONAL JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
CIELITO LINDO MY PRETTY DARLING C. FERNA JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
FUNICULI FUNICULA LUIGI DENZA JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
KALINKA LITTLE SNOWBALL BUSH RUSSIAN FOL JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
RAIN GO AWAY TRADITIONAL JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
TOO RA LOO RAL THAT'S AN IRISH LULLABY J JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
YANKEE DOODLE TRADITIONAL JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
ZUM GALI ISRAELI FOLK SONG JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
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