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Let's Go Fly A Kite from Disney's Mary Poppins
   

Let's Go Fly A Kite from Disney's Mary Poppins

Sherman, Richard and Robert

Arr. Gale, Jack

$18.00


  • Ensemble: Brass Quintet
  • Genre: Pop, Disney
  • Grade: 4
  • Duration: 1.5 minutes
  • Catalog Number: AOS477

"Let's Go Fly A Kite" is featured in the 1964 film Mary Poppins. The song is heard at the end of the film when the story's protagonist, George Banks, realizes that his family is more important than his job. He mends his son's kite and takes his family on a kite-flying outing.

The sinuous lines of the horn and trombone towards the end of the piece gives the feeling of a kite flying in the wind.

The song was inspired by the Sherman Brothers' father, Al Sherman, who besides being a well-known songwriter in his day was also an amateur kite maker.

This excellent arrangement by Jack Gale is a particularly appropriate programming choice for children's concerts.

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