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Songs of The Sea and Sky
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Songs of The Sea and Sky

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format 2 Part
Composer Todd Mcneal
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Henry Leck Choral
Catalog # 08754139

Price: $2.95

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Product Description

Songs of The Sea and Sky Composed by Todd Mcneal. For 2 Part. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08754139, UPC: 884088628635)

This whimsical set of pieces features three children's rhymes as text to create a colorful showcase for treble choir. Hush, the Waves tells of a mother and child awaiting the return of a father out on the whaling ships. Flying Man is an early twentieth century rhyme, which appeared around the same time as the first Wright Brothers' flights. To Brush the Cobwebs Off the Sky depicts the mystery of the skies and our longing to take flight. Whether performed separately or as a set, your singers will grow in musicianship.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
FLYING MAN  
HUSH THE WAVES  
TO BRUSH THE COBWEBS OFF THE SKY  

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