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Title: Why Mosquitoes Buzz In People's Ears
Voicing/Format: Performance Pack
Publisher: Heritage Music Press
Catalog #: 30/2751H
Description: Classroom Kit
Grades 3-6. Based on the familiar West African folktale and created with grade-level performances in mind, you, your students, and your community won'tbe able to stop buzzing about this dramatic play's authentic characters and compelling music. Brian and Don have thought of every last detail, starting with accessible arrangements for unison voices and Orff ensemble and ending with digital templates that allow you to customize and create your own programs, posters, and parent correspondences. Additional digital files on theincluded CD enable you to make your props, and you'll find reproducible lyric sheets, production checklists, student scripts, and more. The CD also includesaccompaniment tracks and an entertaining performance of the entire play. Mosquitoes may buzz around your ears, but don't worry, you won't need calaminelotion to stage this show.
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