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Songs For All Seasons

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Mary Donnelly
Arranger George Strid
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Expressive Art (CHORAL)
Catalog # 09970134

Price: $14.95

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Songs For All Seasons Composed by Mary Donnelly. Arranged by George Strid. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970134, UPC: 073999267235)

For seasonal fun throughout the year, here is a wonderful collection of songs and games by music specialists, Mary Donnelly and George L.O. Strid. Use them in the classroom or develop into an entertaining program. There are three songs for each season of the year and one for each grade level (K-2, 3-4, 5-6), and the collection comes complete with simple piano and Orff accompaniments, teaching tips, movement and games. Also includes singer reproducible pages (vocals only).

Available: Song Collection. For Gr. 1-6.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AUTUMN LEAVES ARE FALLING  
GOIN' ON A PICNIC  
HERE WE ARE AGAIN  
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?  
I'M SO HAPPY THAT SPRING IS HERE  
LITTLE FISHY,THE  
MR. SUN SHINE DOWN ON ME  
SANTA CLAUS IS ON HIS WAY  
SING A JOYOUS NOEL  
TEN LITTLE SOLDIERS  
WELCOME IS THE MONTH OF MAY  
WHAT WILL YOU BE?  
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