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We Will Sing-Performance CD

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Performance CD
Desc M051060085
Composer Doreen Rao
Publisher Boosey & Hawkes Inc
Catalog # 48001065

Price: $14.95

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Product Description

We Will Sing-Performance CD Composed by Doreen Rao. For Performance CD. Published by Boosey & Hawkes Inc. (Catalog # 48001065, UPC: 073999943184)

Performance CD for entire We Will Sing! collection. Contents: O Music, Sweet Music (Mason) · Exercising Your Voice · Tone Production Exercises · Vocalizations · Jubilate Deo (Praetorius) · The Salley Gardens (Britten) · Simple Gifts (arr. Copland) · Good Night (Kabalevsky) · The Path to the Moon (Thiman) · Oliver Cromwell (arr. Britten) · Bist du bei mir (Bach) · Ching-a-ring Chaw (Copland) · Hodie from A Ceremony of Carols (Britten) · In Dulci Jubilo (Bach) · How Beautiful are the Feet of Them from Messiah (Handel) · Jingle Bell Swing (Elliott).

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BIST DU BEI MIR  
CHING-A-RING CHAW  
EXERCISING YOUR VOICE  
GOOD NIGHT  
HODIE (FROM A CEREMONY OF CAROLS)  
HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM (MESS HANDEL,G.F.  
IN DULCI JUBILO  
JINGLE BELL SWING  
JUBILATE DEO  
O MUSIC SWEET MUSIC  
OLIVER CROMWELL  
PATH TO THE MOON,THE  
SALLY GARDENS,THE  
SIMPLE GIFTS COPLAND  
TONE PRODUCTION EXERCISE  
VOCALIZATIONS  

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