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Ten Canons For Children's Choirs
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Ten Canons For Children's Choirs

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Unison
Desc 064007
Composer John D Horman
Publisher Abingdon Press
Catalog # 712-40015

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Ten Canons For Children's Choirs Composed by John D Horman. For Unison. Published by Abingdon Press. (Catalog # 712-40015, UPC: 680160433674)

The short vocal works in this book are designed to assist choir directors in t he vocal, aural and spiritual development of the child. These musical selectio ns were intended for use in a church choir setting. They are in keys that are easily accessible to most elementary and middle school age singers. These pieces also make excellent warum-ups but can also be used as responses, intradas and processionals within a worship service.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
FAST SONG  
GLORIA  
HE COMES RIDING  
HODIE CHRISTUS NATUS EST  
MAY YOU GO FROM THIS PLACE  
ROUND SOUND  
SING A JOYFUL SONG  
SOMETIMES IN OUR MUSIC  
TAKE AND EAT  
THIS IS THE DAY  
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