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Hamilton: A Choral Medley, A Choral Medley (CD), SoundTrax CD (Choir), Broadway; Secular, #YL00-46322 Words and music by Lin-Manuel Miranda / arr. Lisa DeSpain
Hamilton: A Choral Medley


 
Hamilton: A Choral Medley, A Choral Medley (CD), SoundTrax CD (Choir), Broadway; Secular, #YL00-46322 Words and music by Lin-Manuel Miranda / arr. Lisa DeSpain

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Hamilton: A Choral Medley, A Choral Medley (CD), SoundTrax CD (Choir), Broadway; Secular, #YL00-46322 : Words and music by Lin-Manuel Miranda / arr. Lisa DeSpain : Choral Octavo : CD : Broadway; Secular : Alfred Pop Choral Series : A Choral Medley
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Critics are calling the Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award , and GRAMMY Award-winning musical Hamilton 'the most exciting and significant musical of the decade.' This nine-minute medley is the perfect introduction to the amazing music of Lin-Manuel Miranda and the fascinating life of Alexander Hamilton. Titles: Alexander Hamilton * My Shot * The Schuyler Sisters * The Room Where It Happens * Helpless * Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down).

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PublisherAlfred Publishing
Format CD
Instrument Choir
Genre Broadway; Secular
Category Choral Octavo
Shipping Weight0.1   lbs
Alfred Publishing Item 00-46322
Product Code YL00-46322
UPC Code38081527017

Lin-Manuel Miranda : Composer
Lisa DeSpain : Arranger

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