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Razzamatazz (Dvd)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Video
Composer Sally Albrecht
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 27430

Price: $39.95

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Product Description

Razzamatazz (Dvd) Composed by Sally Albrecht. For Video. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 27430, UPC: 038081296883)

If you use choreography with your choirs, you'll want to join the thousands of choral directors who have discovered these popular movement DVDs! Let Sally and Andy do the work! It's the quick and easy way to add simple yet effective choreography. Each song is presented in three sections: * Complete performance facing the camera mirroring your movements. * Instructional time, with explanations and descriptions given as needed. * Exclusive "Double Shot" performance - you see the movement from behind and also in a mirror! Featuring staging for 11 new Alfred chorals, including: Away from the Mistletoe * Everybody Rejoice * Mama Don't Allow * Mary, Mary Had-A but One Child * The Music of Life * Razzamatazz * This Is It! * Together Wherever We Go * Wakati wa Amani * Walkin' On Up * You're the One That I Want.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Everybody Rejoice  
This Is It Livingston,Jerry  
Together Wherever We Go Styne,Jule  
You're The One That I Want Farrar,John  

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