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What A Fine Day

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Conductor
Desc Musical
Composer Carolyn Jennings
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09970715

Price: $24.95

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What A Fine Day Composed by Carolyn Jennings. For Conductor. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970715, UPC: 884088066284)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2007 **

Henry Leck's Creating Artistry series proudly presents the story of Enkwambu the Monkey and Enkende the Lizard, based on an African folk tale from an island in the north of Tanzania. This well-crafted musical teaches young people the importance of overcoming those things that might divide them. Experience how two friends discover they are just part of one big family! Written by one of America's highly recognized composers for treble voices, What a Fine Day is perfect for young singers in grades 4-7, an Orff ensemble of 6-8 players and piano. The Director Score comes complete with 8 fully-accompanied songs, dialog, production tips and reproducible instrumental parts. The handy Singer Edition 5-pak includes vocal lines and dialog. Celebrate with Enkwambu and Enkende, their families, the Chiefs, and the Trees, Birds and Flowers of the Forest – what a very fine day! Available: Director Score (with reproducible instrument parts) and Singer Edition 5-Pak. Performance Time: Approx. 40 minutes. For Gr. 4-7.

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