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World Partners

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Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Desc Perf/Accomp Cd
Composer Cheryl Lavender
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09971484

Price: $29.99

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World Partners Composed by Cheryl Lavender. For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09971484, UPC: 884088510299)

Calling all world brothers and sisters! Travel our musical globe with WORLD PARTNERS! Like the patches of a family quilt, the folk songs of the world's children tell their stories. Arranged by master music educator, Cheryl Lavender, the twelve “patches” in this collection are shared with the hope that global cultures and traditions might be better understood and celebrated by our world siblings and ultimately come together into the “quilt of humanity.” For instantly successful and “can-do” harmonies, these kid-tested folk songs are arranged with catchy, original partner songs and canons. Adaptable for classroom or concert, all songs are reproducible and include piano/vocal arrangements, teaching tips and reproducible songsheets with phonetic pronunciations. For a richer performance opportunity, many songs feature Orff and percussion parts, as well as easy-to-learn folk dances. For added value, there are teaching objectives linked to the National Standards for each song! Available: Teacher Edition (with reproducible pages), Performance/Accompaniment CD, Classroom Kit (Teacher and P/A CD). Suggested for grades 3-8.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A LA NANITA NANA  
ARIRANG  
COME DANCE A JIG  
HAVA NAGILA  
LE CARILLON  
LIGHT A CANDLE FOR PEACE  
PIPER O' DUNDEE  
SARASPONA  
TARANTELLA  
TINA SINGU  
VO LUZERN UF WEGGIS ZUE  
WORLD-WIDE HELLO  
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