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Dear Abby Musical

ShowTrax CD

COMPOSER: John Jacobson
COMPOSER CONTINUED: Roger Emerson
PUBLISHER: Hal Leonard
INSTRUMENTATION: School Musical
PRODUCT FORMAT: ShowTrax CD
Celebrate America - past and present - with this musical salute to America's First Ladies. From Martha Washington to Laura Bush (and easily adaptable to future First Ladies), explore the vital leadership roles these women haveplayed throughout history, the challenges they faced, and their commitment
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Composer John Jacobson
Composer Continued Roger Emerson
Publisher Hal Leonard
Instrumentation School Musical
Product Format ShowTrax CD
Description Product Type CD
Year of Publication 2002
UPC 073999703658
Series Expressive Art (Choral)
No. HL09970365
Product Dimensions 5,00 x 5,50 Inch
Description
Celebrate America - past and present - with this musical salute to America's First Ladies. From Martha Washington to Laura Bush (and easily adaptable to future First Ladies), explore the vital leadership roles these women haveplayed throughout history, the challenges they faced, and their commitment to America and the world. As a centerpiece, the musical features John and Abigail Adams and their famous correspondence while John served as America's 2ndpresident. Through six original songs and a well-crafted script, the lives of other key presidents unfolds seamlessly. The Teacher Edition includes the accompanied songs, dialog, staging suggestions and choreography and theSingerEdition includes vocal lines and dialog only. Songs include: Hail to the Chief (with We Are the Ladies of the White House), Dear Abby, Behind Every man, Dinner at the White House, Together, We've Come a Long Way.
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Song List
  • 1. Together
  • 2. Behind Every Man
  • 3. Dear Abby
  • 4. Dinner At The White House
  • 5. Hail To The Chief/Ladies Of The White House
  • 6. We've Come A Long Way
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