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The Tiniest Christmas Star

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Composer Tine English
Arranger Stan Pethel
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Brookfield Christmas Chor
Catalog # 08742906

Price: $49.99

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Product Description

The Tiniest Christmas Star Composed by Tine English. Arranged by Stan Pethel. For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08742906)

Calling all stars! The official word has come from Heavenly Headquarters: Jesus will soon be born in Bethlehem and a special star is needed to help light the way for shepherds, wise men and all others who would come to worship the Newborn King. Stanley wants the job...but his fellow shiners think he is one size too small. They're all about to learn that God can accomplish big things through all kinds of people and events. Little Christmas Traveler is a delightful, easily prepared and presented16-minute musical which can be performed with as few as 10 children. Production suggestions are included to help make this musical a warm and worshipful experience.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
OVERTURE JOHN JACOBSON ROGER EMERSON CAM PETHEL,STAN ENGLISH,TINA  
STAR IS BORN DAVID ZIPPEL ALAN MENKEN TI PETHEL,STAN ENGLISH,TINA  
THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE TRADITIONAL BI PETHEL,STAN ENGLISH,TINA  

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