Caroline Hoile: The Little Angel (Teacher's Book)

Books | Piano, Vocal & Guitar

Catalogue No: GA10133
Composer: Caroline Hoile
Series: Golden Apple
Format: Sheet Music | Classroom Musical
A highly successful journey in story and song through the enjoyable things associated with a happy Christmas. Arriving at the Bethlehem Nativity scene, the Little Angel finds out what makes the night so special. This fun and effective Christmas celebration is easy to understand, and is suitable for children aged 4 to 7. Arranged for Piano, Voice and simple percussion, with Guitar chords given. Duration: 25-30 mins.
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ISBN: 9781870997058
No of pages: 24
Language: English
 
     
       

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        10 out of 10

        Madeleine

        Taunton Somerset GB Fearless music loving teacher
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        Another firm favourite of mine - love the 6 songs and narration. Plenty of scope to crop of add bits in. Great for those new to KS. 1 nativities.
        None - love this play!
        Confirmed purchase: 13 October 2015
        Published on: 04 December 2015

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        Excellent Nativity Play We first used this play around five years ago and again used it last year to bring the Millennium Year to a close. We did our Nativity Play in Church on Christmas Eve at night. The atmosphere was just right for "The Little Angel". Our church was full and indeed we ran out of hymn books! The children rose to the occasion and their efforts were talked about by young and old alike. Everyone was smiling and went home knowing "that something special was going on!".
        Elaine Allan - (Montrose)

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