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African American History-Musicians

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Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Bk/Cd
Arranger Patsy Ford Simms
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # 35000292

Price: $39.99

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African American History-Musicians Arranged by Patsy Ford Simms. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # 35000292, UPC: 884088482718)

This is the third installment of the musical collections celebrating African American historical figures. Chronicling the lives and achievements of four famous African American musicians, this collection contains songs that may be used individually or performed together with the rhyming script, creating a mini-musical. Along with reproducible parts, there are learning activities and games for each musician, and with the rhyming narratives that precede each song, memorizing facts becomes a snap! The songs are short, and reflect the style of each musician: Scott Joplin • W.C. Handy • Duke Ellington • Ella Fitzgerald. Choreography by Greg Gilpin is also included.

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