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October 21st

Uplifting Programmatic Pieces for Strings – Grade 2-2.5

recommended by Dan C., Orchestra Music Specialist The best energetic program pieces of the year for younger string players!… read more

October 20th

“This Little Holiday Light of Mine”

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October 23rd

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October 22nd

Spring Choral Reading Session

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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
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Title: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Voicing/Format: Accompaniment/Performance CD
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Wine/Bourgeois/Wilso
Arranger: Brymer, Mark
Catalog #: 08201559
Artist: Chicago/Kansas/Paris
Series: Pop Choral Series Price: $49.99

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A perfect showcase for any SSA group, this 15-minute medley covers five decades of the great girl groups from the era of the beehive into the new millenium. Sections include: I. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun II. 1950s thru the 1960s The Locomotion, Please Mr. Postman, Baby Love, Leader of the Pack III. 1970s thru the 1980s I Am Woman, It's Too Late, Hit Me With Your Best Shot, How Will I Know IV. 1990s thru 2002 Hold On, Make It Happen, Waterfalls, Independent Woman, Get the Party Started. ShowTrax CD and Instrumental Pak with parts for Synthesizer, Tenor Sax, Guitar, Bass and Drums available. Performance time: Approx. 15:00.
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