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Title: Quest, The
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Voicing/Format: Teaching Aid
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Jacobson, John
Catalog #: 09970931
Description: Teacher Resource Price: $12.95
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A quiet day for young Jason and his dog Boliver suddenly changes when Jason receives a mysterious package in the mail. He opens it only to discover an emerald with the word “Quest” written on it. Is this a clue for what's to come? Join Jason and Boliver as they are swept into a quest that lands them on a huge desert where they meet Eyes-Ack, the giant, and a beautiful princess named Portia and her rainbow-colored cat, DeTail. The princess and her cat show Jason and Boliver a new world of beauty and adventure. But, as with all great journeys, there is danger lurking. How will these four friends survive the harsh elements of the desert which includes battling armies? Read and sing along with this marvelous story of adventure and learning. Now you can bring the musical story of “The Quest” to life on stage with the Teacher Edition/CD that includes piano accompaniments, reproducible songsheets and story text, choreography, and instrumental-only CD tracks! For extra value, the Performance Kit/CD provides the Teacher Edition/Accompaniment CD and Storybook/Listening CD. Duration: ca. 30 minutes. Suggested for grades 3-6.
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