They call it Canada FULL SCORE

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They call it Canada FULL SCORE

$25.00 per copy*

The 48-page full score download for this work includes the piano-vocal score in entirety plus: Bass Guitar; Winds (flute, clarinet, horn, trombone); Assorted Percussion (tambourine, clash cymbals, suspended cymbals, Tam- tam, drum set, congas, Timpani, Glockenspiel and Tubular Bells. All instrumental parts are separately printable.

The full score sells for $25

The instrumental parts package sells for $35

Commissioned by Claude Watson School for the Arts (Grades 4-8) in Ontario in honour of Canada’s Sesquicentennial birthday as a nation, July 1, 2017. This work began with a poetry contest with the children of Claude Watson. The poems, limericks, Haiku and free-verse were vetted by the staff and then submitted to Len for gleaning and fashioning into a song to be sung as a finale for their annual Reflections Concert.

 

Claude Watson School for the Arts 2017

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About the music

This music product is a digital download - instant access after purchase.

Words by: Len Ballantine & Claude Watson School of the Arts Students
Music by: Len Ballantine

Difficulty:

  • Involved

Duration: 6:00
Orchestration: piano-vocal score in entirety plus: Bass Guitar; Winds (flute, clarinet, horn, trombone); Assorted Percussion (tambourine, clash cymbals, suspended cymbals, Tam- tam, drum set, congas, Timpani, Glockenspiel and Tubular Bells.
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