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Stanton’s Spotlight – String Riffs

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God Bless America/Let Freedom Ring
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Title: God Bless America/Let Freedom Ring


Voicing/Format: 2 Part
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger: Christopher/Moss
Catalog #: 08711338
Artist: Dion,celine
Series: Contemporary Choral Price: $2.50

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This inspiring medley for choir and band is an ideal patriotic feature for school or community performances, featuring four best-loved patriotic songs: This Land Is Your Land; Let Freedom Ring; God Bless The USA and America The Beautiful culminating in a spectacular setting of God Bless America. An exceptional concert finale! Use LET FREEDOM RING band accompaniment (#04000508) and GOD BLESS AMERICA (#04000501) Available separately: : SATB, SAB, 2-Part and ShowTrax CD. Performance Time: Approx. 7:40.
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