Nativity Nightmares!

Nativity Nightmares!
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Overview

This latest addition to the Junior spotlight series by the acclaimed Sheila Wilson explores another side of the school nativity, understood only by those trying to rally the cast into some semblance of Christmas cheer. This musical, perfect for Key stage 2 children, is a funny, quirky twist on the traditional Nativity play certain to entertain. As always Sheila's catchy melodies and genius lyrics will inspire children to perform at their best and the originality and amusement of this alternative theme will guide teachers and parents through yet another Christmas play.

'If it can go wrong it will...'; 'Never work with children or animals...'
Nativity nightmares! features nine catchy songs with opportunities for part-singing, hand-jiving, and even teacher involvement - this is a sure-fire hit for Key Stage 2. Accompaniment CD Script, phtocopiable lyrics and free licence for the first performance (conditions apply) are included.

The spotlight series represents a variety of imaginative repertoire for stage or concert performance, from Key Stage 1 to 3+. Some of the cantatas provide scope for creativity through the addition of movement, whilst others are fully-contained 'mini-musicals'. Written appropriately for the age-group by experienced educational composers, here are songs and shows to suit all abilities and ages.

Contents

  • (Angels) Sing Hallelujahs Again And Again
  • (Oh No) It’s Christmas!
  • Bethlehem Is Full To The Brim!
  • Finale
  • Gabriel’s Song
  • It Must Be Love
  • Journey Of A Lifetime
  • King Herod’s Blues
  • O Holy Child

Specs

Product IDCOBS012875377
Composer/Artist/Author Sheila Wilson
Instrumentation Vocal Score
Publisher Faber Music
Publisher Ref No 0571523803
Language Eng
Media Book & CD/Digital Version To Download
ISBN-100571523803
ISBN-139780571523801

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