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Thank You Soldiers

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Full Orchestra
Desc Orchestration
Composer Souders/Souders
Arranger Jerry Brubaker
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Grade 2.5
Catalog # 38436

Price: $65.00

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Thank You Soldiers Composed by Souders/Souders. Arranged by Jerry Brubaker. For Full Orchestra. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 38436, UPC: 038081429014)

"Because of your great sacrifice, your country joins to sing." Patriotism and gratitude prevail in this moving tribute to the men and women of our armed forces. Appropriate for any choir with any combination of concert band, string, or full orchestra accompaniment or use the professionally-recorded SoundTrax CD. As a special touch, project animated images from the "Thank You, Soldiers" VideoTrax DVD on a large screen during performance. VideoTrax includes two versions (with or without overlaid lyrics) and the accompaniment-only recording.
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