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Voices In Harmony

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Unison 2 Part
Composer Nordlund/Hall
Artist John Denver
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Expressive Art (CHORAL)
Catalog # 09970035

Price: $14.99

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Product Description

Voices In Harmony Composed by Nordlund/Hall. Performed by John Denver. For Unison 2 Part. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970035, UPC: 073999249415)

Arrangements for Children's Voices and Orff Instruments by Shelley Nordlund and Jan Hall. 'Voices in Harmony' is a collection of 12 delightful songs for young voices and accompanying Orff instruments that encourage success-oriented experiences with beginning part singing. These 'kid-tested' arrangements are suitable for singers as young as 2nd/3rd grade through upper elementary / middle school. Whether you are a beginner or a veteran Orff instructor, this collection gives you all the necessary conceptual information to present each song, along with a sequential teaching process to help you present each lesson easily and effectively. Available: Song Collection. For Gr. 3-8.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COFFEE  
COME JOIN OUR SINGING  
FANFARE FOR CHILDREN  
GOOD NEWS  
I'M GONNA SING WHEN THE SPIRIT SAYS SING  
LOOSE TOOTH  
OH WON'T YOU SIT DOWN  
ONE MORE RIVER  
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH DENVER,JOHN  
SONG ON COURTSHIP  
THIS OLD HAMMER  
WAKE ME! SHAKE ME!  

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