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September 22nd

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September 22nd

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Dig It

Title: Dig It


Voicing/Format: Performance CD
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Jacobson/Emerson
Arranger: Billingsley, Alan
Catalog #: 09970238
Series: Expressive Art (CHORAL) Price: $14.99

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Travel back in time and join inquisitive archeologists, Taki and Tut, and their fossil friend, Lucy, as they eexplore the wonders of ancient civilization. From the farm laborers of early Mesopotamia and Egytian mummies who “rap” to a chorus of ancient Greeks and Romulus and Remus who dream of building a great city, you and your students will love discovering the archeological mysteries of the past. 35 minutes in length, songs include: Empires Of The East, Greece Is The Word, Here's To The Future, In My Tomb, The Land Between Two Rivers, So Long Ago, Toga Party Tonight.
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