1 edition of It All Happened in the City found in the catalog.
It All Happened in the City
by Brentwood-Benson Music Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Dennis Allen (Composer), Nan Allen (Composer)|
|The Physical Object|
Daniel and Chelsea, two city slickers, get stranded in the country and find out there is more to Christmas than the hustle and bustle of presents and decorations. With the help of Cora May, cousin Luther, Uncle Yule and Granny, they learn the story of Christ’s birth and how “It All Happened in the Country” the countryside of Bethlehem. The Department of State advises U.S. citizens to avoid all international travel due to the global impact of COVID In response to the Coronavirus (COVID) Crisis now unfolding, has paused normal operations, and the international destinations we service have closed their borders to arrivals.
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The book also includes Production Notes and Movements to be used during the songs. From the creators of the best-selling childrens Christmas Musical, It All Happened in the Country, comes a brand new, exciting, minute sequel for Easter.
It All Happened in the City: Unison Paperback – November 1, by Dennis Allen (Composer), Nan Allen (Composer) See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ Manufacturer: Brentwood Benson. It All Happened in the City Arrangers: Dennis Allen, Nan Allen Label Brentwood Benson Kids Level Moderately Easy Voicing UNIS/2PT Duration From the creators of the best-selling children's Christmas Musical, It All Happened in the Country, comes an exciting, minute sequel for Easter, entitled, It All Happened in the City.
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It All Happened in the Country 20th Anniversary Edition / Arrangers: Dennis Allen, Nan Allen Label Brentwood Kids Level Easy Voicing UNIS Duration We are delighted to bring you the 20th anniversary edition of this widely-loved children’s musical for Christmas from the remarkable and successful writing team of Dennis and Nan Allen.
Buy It All Happened in the City (Book & Cassette at Choral Sheet Music. Words and music for It All Happened In The Country, a classic children's Christmas musical from Dennis & Nan Allen.
Easy to perform arrangement for unison choir, 36 minuts runtime. Includes the full script for the play as well as music. From Brentwood-Benson. It All Happened in the Country, 20th Anniversary Edition (Choral Book) by Dennis Allen, Nan AllenBrand: Brentwood-Benson Publishing.
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