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Title: For Which It Stands (Bk/Cd)
Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Heritage Music Press
Composer: Gilpin, Greg
Catalog #: 30/2222H
Description: Collection Price: $49.95
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Looking for that special musical presentation that exudes patriotic pride and also educates as well as honors some of America's greatest national treasures? Well, look no further! Greg Gilpin has created an exciting variety of songs celebrating: the American flag, the Liberty Bell, the Declaration of Independence, the Gateway Arch, the Hoover Dam, Mount Rushmore and the Golden Gate Bridge. They are framed with an original opening and closing title song, creating an outstanding revue full of energy and freshness. The speaker/narrator parts for each song are a terrific teaching tool, providing interesting information about each national treasure. Your performance venue will come to life with the unique topics and grand visuals created by this work. Many of the songs also lend themselves to simple choreography or riser movement. Each of these songs also stands alone as an individual choral piece. The book includes piano/vocal scores, reproducible vocal parts and a P/A CD.
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