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The Polar Express (Choral Medley)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format 3 Part
Composer Ballard/Silvestri
Arranger Teena Chinn
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Catalog # CMM05010

Price: $3.95

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The Polar Express (Choral Medley) Composed by Ballard/Silvestri. Arranged by Teena Chinn. For 3 Part. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # CMM05010, UPC: 654979088936)

The score from the highly successful Tom Hanks movie The Polar Express featured a wide variety of music. Teena Chinn has captured the essense of the original score within this varied and fun-to-sing medley. Includes: "Believe," "Hot Chocolate," "When Christmas Comes To Town," "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town," "Rockin' on Top of the World," and "Spirit of the Season." Medley is approximately six minutes in length.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Believe from The Polar Express Ballard,Glen;Silves  
Hot Chocolate from The Polar Express Ballard,Glen;Silves  
Polar Express,The Silvestri,Alan Digital Delivery
Rockin' on Top Of The World from The Pol Ballard,Glen;Silves  
Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town (Vocal Ver Coots,J. Fred  
Spirit Of The Season from The Polar Expr Ballard,Glen;Silves  
When Christmas Comes to Town from The Po Silvestri,Alan  
Winter Wonderland Bernard,Felix  

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