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April 18th

Register NOW – Elementary General Music Clinic 2014!

Elementary General Music Clinic Wednesday 7/30/2014, 9:00 am-12:30 pm Columbia Heights UMC REGISTRATION: $20.00 Stanton’s… read more

April 17th

Vintage Vinyl – Classic Hits for Band

Pop titles are perfect spring concert fare, and once you’ve selected a contemporary Top 40 hit or two for your students,… read more

April 19th

Looking for something fun to do today! Celebrate National Record Store Day-chec...

Looking for something fun to do today! Celebrate National Record Store Day-check out some fun vintage vinyl at one… read more

April 18th

NEVER come between a man and his practice room.

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Once Upon A Lily Pad

Title: Once Upon A Lily Pad
Voicing/Format: Conductor
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Donnelly, Mary
Arranger: Strid, George L O
Catalog #: 08745835
Series: Choral

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