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Too Much Noise

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Performance Pack
Composer Hiller/Dupont
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Grades K-2
Catalog # 30/2656H

Price: $29.95

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Too Much Noise Composed by Hiller/Dupont. For Performance Pack. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2656H, UPC: 9781429121880)

Grades K2  Acclaimed educators Don Dupont and Brian Hiller are pleased to present this elementary music education resource. "Too Much Noise!" is a unison musical, approximately 20 minutes in length, created specifically for grade-level performances by kindergarten through second grade students. This resource comes complete with a P/A CD, piano/vocal scores, reproducible student scores and lyrics, costume and prop templates, an easy-to-use program template, letters for your parents, and more! Your classroom teachers and administrators will be pleased to see you bringing quality children's literature to life with the use of nursery rhymes and this fresh interpretation of the old tale. And you'll be thrilled to find that your grade-level performances are a snap!
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