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Run Rudolph Run (arr. D. Kim Clayton) Digital Sheet Music
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Run Rudolph Run (arr. D. Kim Clayton)by Justin Moore SATB Choir - Digital Sheet Music

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SATB - A Cappella music at it's best! Run Run Rudolph, is a classic MUST song for Christmas! This A Cappella arrangement has a twist and style all it's own. It's fun and fast paced! Run, Run Rudolph brings the energy and life of Chuck Berry into a unique A Cappella sound. If your choir revels in the A Cappella , this piece is perfect for you! This song and arrangement are for intermediate to advanced choirs. The available recording we have placed on this site does NOT come from a live performance or in the studio. But we think you will feel the full effect of Christmas "Rock and Roll" in this arrangement. Also available is The HarmonyPlus Trax CD that is a teaching CD. The CD includes:  version (all parts), Soprano version, Alto version, Tenor version, Bass version. Perfect for all members of the choir to learn his/her individual parts. Duration: 2:36

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