Who I'd Be (arr. Anita Cracauer) Sheet Music | Various | SSA Choir

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Who I'd Be (arr. Anita Cracauer) Digital Sheet Music
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An enchanting, heartwarming number from "Shrek the Musical". The lyrics are about dreams of being a hero and rescuing a princess, fighting against self-doubt to reach the perfect happy ending. The arrangement features an opening solo and a climactic three part final chorus.  Appropriate for any high school, community, or church choir. Performance time is approximately 3:20.

Parts for rhythm section (Piano/Synth/Guitar/Bass/Drums/Percussion/2 Trumpets/1 Trombone/Alto, Tenor Sax) are available as a separate package and includes a full score.

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