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Thwacked

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Performance Pack
Composer Perry/Perry
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # 35027613

Price: $119.99

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Product Description

Thwacked Composed by Perry/Perry. For Performance Pack. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # 35027613, UPC: 884088528027)

Once upon a time... Talking frogs? A falling sky? A town full of confused folk? What is really happening and who can answer these questions? The librarian? The coach? The Mayor and town council? The sweet and smart-thinking Rachel? With song, dance, and a fast moving script, Thwacked! unfolds to reveal these and many other delightful characters as they attempt to unravel the mystery in a fairytale world. Whether your cast is small or large, this 35-minute musical will involve all of your students and delight your audience with the amusing dialogue, charming songs and clever story. For Grades 4-8. Available Separately: Teacher Edition; Singer Edition (5-pack octavo-sized books); Listening CD; Enhanced StudioTrax CD; Preview Pack (1 Singer Edition/Listening CD Combo); Performance Kit (1 Teacher Edition, 20 Singer Editions, 1 Enhanced StudioTrax CD).

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMAZING  
BELIEVE IN YOURSELF  
HE WILL SAVE THE DAY  
IT WOULDN'T BE WISE  
IT'S FALLING  
SWAMP SERENADE  
THE HOP  
WE'RE GONNA WIN  

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