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June 28th

COMING SOON: The Joy of Singing

Stanton’s is thrilled to announce the 30th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION of The Joy of Singing – two full days… read more

June 27th

How to Write Guitar Tab

recommended by Barb M., Keyboard and Folk Music Specialist Tablature for fretted string instruments was common in the… read more

June 29th

Great Russian Composers – Sergei Rachmaninoff

Sergei Rachmaninoff was born in Oneg, Russia, in 1871. His first piano teacher was his mother, who began teaching young… read more

June 28th

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How To Be A Pirate In Seven Easy Songs
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Title: How To Be A Pirate In Seven Easy Songs


Voicing/Format: Performance Pack
Publisher: Shawnee Press Inc
Composer: Gilpin, Greg
Catalog #: 35009825
Description: Bk/Cd/Repro Pages Gn0121 Price: $49.99

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** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2009 **

Hoist the sail and join the pirate crew! The reproducible 20-minute mini-musical introduces an ornery, yet sweet Captain and the 1st mate who transform landlubber students into pirates. Through story and song, the shipmates dress in pirate costume, raise the Jolly Roger flag, spy with telescopes, find buried treasure, & show “thar” pride in a raucous pirate party. Shiver me timbers! This kit of lovely loot contains a director's score, reproducible singer's parts, performance ideas, and an Enhanced StudioTrax CD that includes accompaniment and performance tracks, poster, program, artwork, and more! Performance Time: 20 minutes. Grades 4-8.

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