Phil’s Latest Release! – A MUSICAL for schools to perform is co-written by arranger/composer Glyn Lehmann and is OUT NOW!

A Stunning New Musical for Australian Schools! Available Now at: www.songlibrary.net/Arlie-Abbstock

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Award winning author Phil Cummings and renowned composer/songwriter Glyn Lehmann launch their new musical Arlie Abbstock and the Incredible Cape.

Watch the trailer here!

Written for performers aged 5-12 years, this work is full of songs, drama, comedy, action and even a rap. This work celebrates difference and explores themes of resilience, perseverance, resourcefulness, artistic endeavour, empathy, acceptance and recycling!

The story revolves around Arlie Abbstock who lives in a small medieval village. The other children like to play with swords and battle axes but Arlie likes to stitch and weave and sew. When the king is captured by a dragon, and the bumbling knights fail to rescue him… Arlie has a plan of his own.

The Performance Pack contains everything you need to rehearse and perform this exciting new musical – whether you read music or not.

  • script
  • piano/vocal score
  • performance and learning tracks
  • sound effects and incidental music
  • easy parts for recorder and ukulele
  • suggestions for staging, costumes and extended learning in the classroom.

 

Special Edition

To celebrate this creative collaboration between Phil and Glyn, there are a strictly limited number of printed, first edition Book and CD packs personally signed by the creators.

To order online OR pre-order the limited edition book and CD including all of the above and signed  by both creators visit:

www.songlibrary.net/Arlie-Abbstock

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