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Title: A Holiday Moosical
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Voicing/Format: Performance CD
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog #: 09970627 Price: $14.95
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Marty the Moose wants to be a reindeer! Those famous flying holiday helpers have all the fun - especially traveling around the world on Christmas Eve delivering gifts to all the good boys and girls. But everyone knows that moose are simply too big and heavy to fly! Who ever heard of a Christmas Moose anyway? Join a castload of holiday characters and Father Time, as they share the tale of a moose who wanted to fly, and how miracles can happen if only we believe! This charming 20-minute holiday musical for primary grades features 5 original songs, easy rhyming dialog, helpful production hints and choreography. Add the professionally-produced orchestration by John Higgins on the available ShowTrax recording for a truly spectacular performance! Available: Teacher Edition, Reproducible Pak (vocal lines, lyric sheets, dialog), Preview CD (with vocals), Performance/Accompaniment CD, Classroom Kit (Teacher, Repro, Perf/Accomp CD). Performance Time: approx. 20 minutes. For Gr. K-3.
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