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The Alphabet Song

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By Shea, 3
Recorded at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh BLAST School Outreach on May 21, 2011
Description:
During the "Jazz For Tots" program at CLP Homewood, Shea sings "The Alphabet Song" for us. Jazz For Tots encourages children to play instruments, dance and sing to various beats and rhythms.



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