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Night The Reindeer Rocked, The

Title: Night The Reindeer Rocked, The
Voicing/Format: Perfromance Pack
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Composer: Albrecht/Althouse
Catalog #: 4661

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When the reindeer get in the way around the workshop, Santa suggests they get a part-time job. So they form a rock and roll band and are hired by Mr. Bookem (a talent agent) to play at "Rudy s Place" on opening night...which (OH NO!) just happens to be Christmas Eve! But their dilemma is resolved with a little help from Mrs. Claus, Santa and the Elves. Includes five "rockin" unison and 2-part numbers. Speaking parts for Mrs. Claus, Santa, Mr. Bookem and several elves and reindeer. Approximately 25 minutes. Recommended for grades 3 and up.
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