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Baby Jesus - By Alison Hedger


Baby Jesus
Media/Arrangement: Piano/Vocal/Guitar
Category: Nativity Musical Play - Golden Apple
Order Code: GA10981

Pre-School KS1
 

Product Description

Baby Jesus was written as a follow-up to Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh. The songs are simple yet colourful and the piano part has been kept easy enough for most school pianists to cope with.

Percussion parts will add interest to the music and give a great sense of achievement to the players. The lyrics are uncluttered and are hence manageable for very young children and those with learning difficulties. Baby Jesus provides a versatile work into which teachers can input their own ideas.

Teacher's book arranged for piano, vocals, recorder and simple percussion, with guitar chord symbols.

As an alternative to using the cassette tape, professionally recorded demonstration and backing tracks are also available to purchase and download via this link here.

Approximate Duration: 25 minutes


Contents/Songlist

1) There Was A Girl Called Mary
2) Have You Any Room At The Inn?
3) Shepherds Were Looking After Baby Lambs
4) A Special Star
5) Three Wise Men Had Travelled Far
6) Baby Jesus
7) Sing A Little Song Of Happiness

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