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Tall Tales & Heroes

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Conductor
Composer Wilson/Hawthorne
Publisher Somerset Press
Catalog # 1073

Price: $14.95

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Tall Tales & Heroes Composed by Wilson/Hawthorne. For Conductor. Published by Somerset Press. (Catalog # 1073, UPC: 763628110734)

When the composers wrote this musical, they had so much fun it took them 43 days just to stop laughing and they had to lock up the music because folks kept sing the notes right off the page and that they had to make the records square because the round one kept rolling off the shelves and on to people s turntables? If those sound like tall tales to you, you haven t heard anything yet! We haven t told even told you about Molly Pitcher, Captain Stormalong, Davy Crockett, Johnny Appleseed, Pecos Bill, Calamity Jane, John Henry, and Paul Bunyan. Now don t be surprised if, after singing TALL TALES AND HEROES, you come up with a few tall tales of your own. And that s the absolute truth! Performance time approx. 35 minutes

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