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A Place In The Choir

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Voicing/Format Teaching Aid
Composer John Jacobson
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09971063

Price: $22.95

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A Place In The Choir Composed by John Jacobson. For Teaching Aid. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09971063, UPC: 884088145071)

John Jacobson's best seller is now available on CD with John reading the text! Not just for music teachers, this collection of heart-warming essays and inspirational stories is full of life lessons for everyone. “Every music educator, choir director, choral singer or lover of music will be inspired and encouraged by the message of John's book.” (Craig Jessop, director, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir) “A Place in the Choir offers an inspirational new paradigm for arts education which calls our art to develop whole people and affirm the unique voice of EACH young person we have the privilege to teach.” (Anton Armstrong, Conductor, The St. Olaf Choir)
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