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Title: Bear Went Over The Mountain, The
Voicing/Format: Performance CD
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog #: 09971420
Once upon a time there lived a bear with many friends, but he was restless. Surely there is more to life than eating honey and berries, and sleeping the winter away! It's time to expand my horizons, he thought. So one day, Da Bear declarse "this is the day" and begins his journey up the mountain in search of adventure. But beware! What's lurking over there? Come along and see what Da Bear and his animal buddies discover! This delightful musical features 6 original songs in a variety of musical styles, easy rhyming dialog with 47 speaking parts easily adaptable for casts of varying sizes, and teaching objectives linked to the National Standards for each song. Simple movement staging and costume tips are also provided to help stage a successful performance. Approximate time is 20-Minutes
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