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Title: Pirate Christmas, A
Voicing/Format: Accompaniment/Performance CD
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog #: 09971527
Christmas is approaching, and the elves are exhausted and tired of the cold! A few days or R and R in the warm island sun is just what they need... snorkell ing, collecting seashells, building sand castles, catching a wave behind that huge pirate ship...What? Pirates?!! ARRRR!! Ahoy,mates! Get ready for one migh ty adventure when the legendary White Beard (aka Santa) and the elves teach a salty crew of colorful scallywags all about true treasures. Upper elementary and middle school performers will have a rollicking good time with this 40-min ute holiday spectacular that features eight original songs for unison voices a nd a script with over 75 speaking parts easily adapted to casts of varying siz es. The Teacher Edition also includes choreography helpful production guide an d teaching objectives linked to the National Standards for each song.
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