Over 83,907 Sound Files Available !
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Browse Labs »
French Piano Music
The French Piano Collection Comprised of 48 pieces composed exclusively by French composers, G. Schirmerâ€™s new French… read more March 22nd
Learning to Love Again
recommended by Jen Sper, School Choral Music Specialist Learning to Love Again arr. Jacob Narverud Nashville artist… read more
(via marim-bruh.tumblr.com)… read more March 24th
Now THAT'S a Bari Sax part!! í ½í¸³… read more
Can't attend one of our clinics? Visit Stanton's Virtual Workshop.
In just a few minutes you can have your favorite song printed and ready to play.
Title: Every Day's A Holiday (Bk/Cd)
Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Heritage Music Press
Composer: Schram, Ruth Elaine
Catalog #: 30/2477H
Grade: Grades 2-6
Description: Bk/Cd Price: $39.95
i-Link Sound File
** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2009 **
Grades 2-6 * Don’t miss this delightful and practical collection of songs celebrating traditional holidays and familiar days, including Halloween, St. Patrick’s Day, and Earth Day, along with some less traditional events like International Talk Like a Pirate Day and The Snowiest Day of the Year. Written in a variety of styles, the songs include both original works and arrangements of folk tunes from several countries. There’s also a theme song that can be used any time or throughout the year, as well as a mixed-media P/A CD with reproducible vocal parts and a fabulous chronological listing of international and national holidays and observances for all 365 days of the year! You’ll find everything from birthdays of U. S. Presidents, famous composers and children’s authors, to fun, frivolous observances like Happy Mew Year’s Day for Cats and National Chocolate Cupcake Day. Tons of information to share with your students, post on bulletin boards, or use as a cross-curricular tool!
To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin
Sound Files Unavailable for Purchase due to Copyright Restrictions