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Shepherds Stars and A Savior

Shepherds Stars and A Savior

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Preview Pack
Composer Callaway/Cabaniss
Arranger Cabaniss/Cal
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Brookfield Christmas Chor
Catalog # 08742027
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Shepherds Stars and A Savior Composed by Callaway/Cabaniss. Arranged by Cabaniss/Cal. For Preview Pack. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08742027, UPC: 073999293029)

Join Aaron, the Lead Shepherd, and Connie Stelation, the Lead Star, as they recount the story of the birth of Jesus...with a little help from their friends. Add some clever and touching songs and you've got a musical which can be performed with as few as eight children! Perfect for younger children's choirs. For grades K-3. (15:00)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH JAMES CHADW CABANISS/CAL  
HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING CABANISS/CAL WESLEY/WHITFIELD/MEN  
HERE COMES CHRISTMAS MARK CABANISS SUSAN CABANISS/CAL  
MIRACLE AT MIDNIGHT WITH SILENT NIGHT MA CABANISS/CAL  
OVERTURE SUSAN NAYLOR CALLAWAY CABANISS/CAL  
REPRISE: HERE COMES CHRISTMAS MARK CABAN CABANISS/CAL  
SILENT NIGHT JOHN F. YOUNG JOSEPH MOHR F CABANISS/CAL  
TONIGHT THE ANGELS SING WITH HARK! HERAL CABANISS/CAL  
WHAT DOES IT TAKE? MARK CABANISS SUSAN N CABANISS/CAL  

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