Three Cheers for Larry

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Three Cheers For Larry. A few months ago I received an email from a high school friend, Phillip Patterson, who I hadn�t seen in over 40 years. I was thrilled to hear from him and learned that he is a writer. He sent me a very funny story that he wrote, which is partly based in fact on events that occurred in his hometown. I decided to put it to music, which was a challenge because there were nine verses and no repeating chorus. Phillip is a wonderful writer and presently involved in a project called The Serenity of Knowing. You can visit this website to learn about the project. The mp3 currently has no vocal, but better sound quality. Your comments are always welcome. I hope you enjoy it.

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Year of composition
Phillip Patterson
Difficult (Grades 7+)
4 minutes
Large mixed ensemble
Rock and Pop Music

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