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Title: I' Ve Been To Haarlem
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger: Berg, Ken
Catalog #: 08748850
Series: Henry Leck Choral
Description: Unison/Opt 3-part
Here is a lively American singing game arranged for young treble singers in such a way that the parts almost teach themselves! The verse/refrain is in pentatonic, so the canonic harmonies are easily learned. Great for teaching sight-reading, too! Duration: ca. 2:10.
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