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Project: Peace - 2 Part Teacher's Edition

What Kids Can Do to Build a More Tolerant World

By Roger Emerson

Choral (2 Part Teacher's Edition)
What Kids Can Do to Build a More Tolerant World. Composed by Roger Emerson. Expressive Art (Choral). Children's Musical. Score. 64 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.9970176).

Item Number: HL.9970176

9x12 inches.

From the stirring opening to its powerful conclusion, this unique pop-style revue can help young people tackle the serious issues facing them in their world today. Ideal for upper-elementary and middle-school performers, this 40-minute show features 9 original songs, available in 3-Part Mixed and 2-Part voicings, with connecting narration, and full staging choreography by John Jacobson. The Teacher's Manual comes with full accompanied songs, narration and staging. The Singer's Edition provides vocal lines, narration and choreography only. Help each other tear down the walls that divide!

Available: Teacher's Manual (3-Part Mixed and 2-Part), Singer's Edition 5-Pak (3-Part Mixed and 2-Part), Preview CD (full performance only), Performance/Accompaniment CD. Performance Time: 40 minutes. For Grades 4-9.

Teacher's Edition contains: Full accompanied songs, narration and staging.

  • Be Good To Your Kid 
  • Bully, Bully 
  • Gotta Say Stop! 
  • La Buena Vida (The Beautiful Life) 
  • No Room In The Heart 
  • On Common Ground 
  • Shalom Finale 
  • Lay Down Your Arms 
  • Dona Nobis Pacem 

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  • 5

    Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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  • May 10, 2011 Great Character Education Play!

    The play is geared towards character education in our schools, with emphasis on removing negative influences which will steer a person into the wrong direction, such as using weapons, physical/cyber-bullying etc. to solve conflicts. I liked the tips for parents scene as well. The music was on the...

    whole well written and made for great dance pieces in the play. I think this play resonated mostly with the grades 4-6 crowd at our school. I would recommend it if you want something easy for an Open House as you can split the scenes into different sections, assigning a scene to a specific class or grade. My group was mostly grades 5-8 performing it and they enjoyed putting it together.

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  • February 17, 2006 Pretty Good

    this musical is pretty good but a little too easy... my chorus teacher chose this for our seventh/eighth gr. chorus and we're finding it just a tad too easy... but other than that it's really good! :)

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