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Join Us for EXCELLENCE IN CHORAL LITERATURE

Stanton’s Sheet Music is pleased to announce our 22nd annual Excellence in Choral Literature Clinic on Saturday August… read more

July 27th

Happy Birthday, Enrique Granados!

Enrique Granados was born on this day in 1867, in the city of Lleida, Spain.  As a young man, he first studied piano… read more

July 29th

Join Us for EXCELLENCE IN CHORAL LITERATURE

Stanton’s Sheet Music is pleased to announce our 22nd annual Excellence in Choral Literature Clinic on Saturday August… read more

July 27th

Happy Birthday, Enrique Granados!

Enrique Granados was born on this day in 1867, in the city of Lleida, Spain. As a young man, he first studied piano… read more

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Title: Dateline Rock & Roll (3 Part)


Voicing/Format: Conductor
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger: Brymer, Mark
Catalog #: 08551501
Artist: Danny/Juniors
Series: Discovery Choral
Description: 3-part Score Price: $30.00

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It was the music that shook the world and launched generations of young fans. Now young choirs can celebrate the history of Rock 'n' Roll in a 30-minute show that explores the music of the '50s, '60s '70s, '80s and '90s and 2000+. Using dialog ripped from the headlines of the day, John Jacobson's choreography and a breezy light style, this will be a show that's a snap to learn and fun to perform. Perform it in sections or as a complete show, it's sure to be a hit with your audiences! 1950s: Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay, Tutti Fruiti, The Twist, Yakety Yak. 1960s: Surfin' U.S.A., Where Did Our Love Go?, People Got to Be Free, Yesterday, Up, Up and Away. 1970s: Let It Be, Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head, Roll on Down the Highway, You Make Me Feel Like Dancin'. 1980s: We Got the Beat, Ride Like the Wind, Don't Worry, Be Happy, We Didn't Start the Fire. 1990s: Rhythm Nation, Make It Happen, From a Distance. 2000+: Jump, Jive, an' Wail.
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