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Another 90 Days To Sight Reading Success

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Voice
Composer Mcgill/Stevens
Publisher Alliance Music Publications, Inc.
Catalog # AMC2013

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Another 90 Days To Sight Reading Success Composed by Mcgill/Stevens. For Voice. Published by Alliance Music Publications, Inc.. (Catalog # AMC2013)

Another 90 Days to Sight Reading Success is a collaborative effort of these two experienced choral directors/teachers to provide students with training exercises to serve as preparation for the competitive sight reading experience. It was written as a result of numerous requests from students who found success using their original book 90 Days to Sight Reading Success. The premise of this book parallels its predecessor. There are notable changes based on feedback from those who have used the original, guided practice with each week organized by theme and the utilization of improved and expanded CD tracks. The helpful hints are a compilation of instructions the two directors provided for their own students involved in individual sight reading and auditions. It is the authors' hope that students and teachers alike will find this book as equally rewarding as their first edition and useful in preparing for sight reading competitions.

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