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Sing A Song of Seasons
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Sing A Song of Seasons

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Unison 2 Part
Composer Schram/Mcglohon/Beal
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger Billingsley, Alan

Price: $24.95

Catalog #08740994

UPC code: 073999409949

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SING A SONG OF SEASONS features children's worship songs appropriate for all year long...winter, spring, summer or fall. Each song for each season includes lyrics which make the song appropriate for special occasions which fall in that season (Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving, Summer Bible School) but the songs can be performed at any time of the year. Plus, songs are included for general worship and family emphasis services as well. Use each song separately, or combine them together with the optional drama, staging and costume suggestions included to create a 25-minute musical. Available: Songbook (with reproducible singer pgs.), ChoirTrax Cassette (stereo accomp. and split track accomp.),and Preview Cassette. For Gr. 1-4.

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