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Title: Romp And Stomp
Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Shawnee Press Inc
Composer: Gilpin, Greg
Catalog #: 35027967
Romp and Stomp!, a follow-up to bestselling A Whole Lotta Hullabaloo and Hullabaloo 2, promotes the benefits of musical, physical, and creative expression through unforgettable and lively music of different styles and subjects. This amusing collection of ten memorable songs for teaching and performance encourages children to make some positive noise, clap their hands, learn rhythms, model animals, and exercise their minds and bodies while raising a ruckus! Teach using quick bursts of imagination as your students walk a circus tightrope, pack a suitcase and take a trip, swim, and even go to the zoo! So shimmy, shake, and roll! Wobble all around the music room! Romp and stomp and create some silly fun as you explore the wonders of music with this budget-stretching classroom kit!
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