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Pirates! The Musical

By John Jacobson

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Choral (TEACHER ED)
Composed by John Jacobson and Roger Emerson. Expressive Art (Choral). Children's Musical. 64 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.9971150).

Item Number: HL.9971150

ISBN 1423434919. 9x12 inches.

“We're off to sail the rollicking sea, pirates all are we!” But ARRRR, and shiver me timbers! There's a stowaway on board! Perhaps the King of the High “Cs” will know what to do. Join this salty crew of colorful scallywags when Bluebeard, Yellowbeard, Whitebeard, Purplebeard - well, you get the picture - along with the No Beards hoist the Jolly Roger and set sail for a mighty adventure.

Perfect for upper elementary and middle school performers, this 35-minute musical features six original songs for unison voices and some optional harmony, choreography, a helpful production guide, and a script with a minimum of 20 speaking parts easily adapted to casts of varying sizes. Available: Teacher Edition, Singer Edition 5-Pak, Preview CD (with vocals), Preview Pak (1 Singer, 1 Preview CD), Performance/Accompaniment CD, Performance Kit/CD (Teacher, 20 Singer, P/A CD). Duration: ca. 35 minutes. Suggested for grades 4-8.

  • King Of The High 'C'S' 
  • Lost At Sea 
  • Pirates All Are We 
  • Singin' A Pirate Song 
  • You Wanna Be A Pirate 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    kazbar
    Location:
    Prince Albert, SK
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • May 12, 2013 Awesome Musical

    I used this musical with my grade 4 and 5 class. The music was very catchy and the kids did not tire of practising it. Even the boys thought it was fun to sing when you're a pirate. The lines are divided up quite evenly so that it is...

    not too much for any one student to learn. I would HIGHLY recommend this musical. Check out songs and performance ideas on YOUTUBE.

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  • 4

    Anonymous
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • April 23, 2013 Awesome.

    We are doing this play inside school. It's a good one, and many of us enjoy it. It helps the slower kids, too, because of it's 'slower' music. -K.P.

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  • 5

    4th Grader's Mom
    Location:
    Clarksville, TN
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • May 14, 2012 Loved It!

    My 4th grade daughter's classes just put on this play. The children loved the story and songs. The audience loved the fact that the children loved it so much and enjoyed practicing and performing it. The format allowed a speaking part for many of the children which thrilled them...

    . For elementary school students this is a really good choice.

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  • 2

    Anonymous
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • February 20, 2010 Middle School Drop-Out

    At my school we're doing this play. As an 8th grader I have to say that this may be the worst play ever. The dancing is boring, the dialouge is awful, and the characters are 5-year-old material. At best. The only good thing about this play is...

    that its just 40 minutes. I don't think I could stand it if it were any longer. DO NOT BUY!

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  • 5

    mary
    Location:
    Pitsburg, OH
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • April 12, 2009 A Winner on the High Seas!

    I just did 3 shows with gr. 5-6: 130 kids. Emerson & Jacobson again hit a winner. The songs are catchy and it opens great cross-curricular dialogue. Singable range for elem age. Choreo notes are great or you can expand to add more. I highly recommend it.

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