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Amazing Melody-Making Musical Time Trave
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Amazing Melody-Making Musical Time Trave

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Game
Desc Bk/Cd
Arranger Janet Vogt
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Grades 3-6
Catalog # 30/2047H

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Amazing Melody-Making Musical Time Trave Arranged by Janet Vogt. For Game. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2047H, UPC: 000308105063)

Grades 3-6 * What are Beethoven, Bach and other famous composers doing in the 21st century? They're taking students and audience members on a lively musical guessing game, featuring some of their best-known melodies and snappy, fun dialogue. Students sing melodies from Eine kleine Nachtmusik, The Hallelujah Chorus, Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, and much more - each presented with lyrics that offer musical clues as to the identity of the composer of each piece. In addition, teachers can use reproducible activities to reinforce composer facts and musical concepts. An optional script - lively and entertaining - is also provided that ties each unit into a fun musical for students to perform. It's a combination game show, history lesson and fast-paced musical experience! Performance/Accompaniment CD included.

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