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Ten Who Counted

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Gilpin, Greg
Publisher Heritage Music Press

Price: $49.95

Catalog #30/2361H

UPC code: 9781429103039

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
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Sometimes history misplaces or forgets important people who dreamed, fought, served, made changes in our lives, and affected historys path. In this exciting new collection/revue, we are introduced through story and song to ten African Americans whose contributions to society, culture, our nation, and the world should be celebrated and never forgotten. Included are: The Soldier  Henry Johnson; The Activist  A. Phillip Randolph; The Journalist  John Russwurm; The Fighter  Jack Johnson; The Singer  Mamie Smith; The Film Maker  Oscar Micheaux; The Politician  P.B.S. Pinchback; The Preacher  Adam Clayton Powell; The Entrepreneur  Madame C.J. Walker; and The Explorer  Matthew Alexander Henson. The narrative script is a terrific teaching tool, providing interesting facts and information about each person and his or her contributions. What a terrific presentation for African American History Month celebrations, and a valuable resource for multicultural and interdisciplinary studies!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A SOLDIER FOR US ALL  
CALL HIM JACK" JOHNSON"  
EXTRA! EXTRA!  
MAMIE SMITH IS COMIN' TO TOWN  
OH! OSCAR MICHEAUX  
OPTIONAL NARRATIVE SCRIPT  
PINCHBACK, THE POLITICIAN  
PREACHER POWELL  
TOP OF THE WORLD  
WE ARE ALL BEAUTIFUL  
WE'VE GOT A BROTHERHOOD  
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