Sheila Wilson: Nativity... It Takes A Village (Music Book)

Books | Piano, Vocal & Guitar

Catalogue No: SWNTV341
Composer: Sheila Wilson
Format: Sheet Music | Classroom Musical
Keystages: KS1 & KS2

They say it takes a village to raise a child... and in Bethlehem, a kind stable-owner and some local shepherds all played their part in Jesus' early days! In this fun new nativity from Sheila Wilson (Hosanna Rock!), a few extra neighbours help too, with a hot meal, a blanket, and even bootees for the lovely new baby!

There are plenty of parts for everyone, as well as the busy Innkeepers, the three wise men (with their strange gifts), the shepherds, who can’t believe their eyes, and a host of angels. In the final song, children from all nations join hands in friendship.

Nowadays the world is our global village, and the inclusive, multicultural tone of this Christmas musical, plus the catchy music (five fun songs and a gentle lullaby) and endearing but simple play, make it a perfect choice for children everywhere!
ISBN: 9781906346850
Published on: 18 September 2012
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Publisher: Redhead Music Ltd
 
     
       

        Musicroom Reviews

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        5
        We have just put on this production at our school and the feedback from parents was excellent. The songs are all nice, catchy and with plenty of hand-jives, dancing and shimmying, and easy musical parts (triangles, woodblocks, bells, and glockenspiels) to add to the fun. The play is all said in rhyme which actually helps the children remember the words. Our children had a brilliant time putting on this Nativity... they loved it!
        Anonymous - (Frome, United Kingdom)
        4
        Another Sheila Wilson musical that you can rely on to be a fantastic musical nativity! I wouldn't say it's the best one, as I think Hosanna Rock takes the number one spot! The songs are catchy and easy for the children to learn and all the speech parts rhyme. Usually Herod plays quite a big part in Sheila's Nativities but in this one the Herod part is optional, so therefore Herod has a small part to play. The music is relatively easy to play compared to some of her other Musicals. I am looking forward to watching it being performed on stage by our talented children!
        Anonymous - (Frome, United Kingdom)

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