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Unsung Heroes (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Collection
Composer Jerry Estes
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Catalog # 30/2225H

Price: $49.95

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Unsung Heroes (Bk/Cd) Composed by Jerry Estes. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2225H, UPC: 9780893287214)

Grades 2-6 * This most-welcome resource features ten extremely clever unison songs, written in a variety of styles, for use throughout the year to salute those unsung heroes of the school staff: secretaries, librarians, custodians, nurses, counselors, principals, bus drivers, and cafeteria/food service workers. Also included are a special birthday song and a song for a staff member who is retiring or leaving. Top that off with reproducible vocal parts, a Performance/Accompaniment CD, written introductions/narratives for each song, and reproducible certificates of appreciation which include the specific lyrics for each song, and you have an incredible collection at a great value you can utilize for years to come!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DEWEY" THINK YOU'RE WONDERFUL?"  
CALL THE NURSE  
CUSTODIANS, WE APPRECIATE YOU  
HAPPY PRINCIPAL'S DAY  
INTRODUCTION  
OFFICE OF THE COULNSELOR  
REPRODUCIBLE CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATIO  
SO LONG, SO SOON  
SUPER SECRETARY  
THE BIRTHDAY SONG  
THE DRIVER OF THE BUS  
YOU'RE GOOD FOR US  
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