Never Cry Wolf - 11.Something in Dorian Mode
Harp, Pre-recorded Audio
Composed by Betsy Lee Bailey. Musicals, Children's Music, Children's Musicals. Performance/Accompaniment. Published by Betsy Lee Bailey (S0.164243).
Item Number: S0.164243
Never Cry Wolf - 11.Something in Dorian Mode from the Children'sMusical (ages 8-14) Never Cry Wolf is a retelling of the Aesop Fable"The Boy Who Cried Wolf." Set in Ancient Greece, the storyrevolves around Alec, the boy who would just rather goof off all the time. The people around him would like him to learn to work and become moreresponsible. They tell him and show him that everybody works --everybody's got a job to do. This play has many opportunities for studyof the culture of ancient Greece -- from learning about the political originsof democracy to women's work of spinning and weaving. And don't forgetthe cute factor of having some little children portray the sheep. All 32MP3 accompaniment track recordings for the entire show are available at SMP Press.For more information about Never Cry Wolf visit BaileyKidsMusicals.com
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