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' Twas In The Moon of Wintertime (Huron C
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' Twas In The Moon of Wintertime (Huron C

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Unison
Desc W/Opt Fl/Finger Cym/Drum
Arranger Jeff Reeves
Publisher Choristers Guild
Catalog # CGA1064

Price: $2.10

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' Twas In The Moon of Wintertime (Huron C Arranged by Jeff Reeves. For Unison. Published by Choristers Guild. (Catalog # CGA1064, UPC: 749193011201)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2006 **

Children's choirs adore singing and learning interesting facts about Christmas songs from other cultures. In this delightful new setting of the well-known Christmas carol, a nifty "Did You Know?" page presents historical facts and sample phrases from the original Huron language that give children a fascinating picture of the Christmas story from a Native American perspective. Flute, finger cymbals and drum add depth and richness to the hauntingly beautiful melody that's perfect for choirs of younger and older children. A handy teaching plan for the anthem is also available on the Choristers Guild website.

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