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Artie's Jazz Pack

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Game
Composer Artie Almeida
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Grades 4-8
Catalog # 30/2495H

Price: $39.95

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Artie's Jazz Pack Composed by Artie Almeida. For Game. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2495H, UPC: 9781429107617)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2009 **

Grades 4-8 * Everything you need to teach about jazz is here! This pack has guided listening activities, reproducible worksheets, flashcards, and numerous other teaching tools. Individual components can be used by themselves, or you can utilize the entire kit for a complete jazz instructional unit.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ADDITIONAL MATERIALS  
ALL MIXED UP (WORD SCRAMBLE)  
GROOVIN' WITH THE GREATS (WORD SEARCH)  
JAZZ STYLES DIAL GUIDED-LISTENING GAME  
JAZZ TERMS CONCENTRATION LESSON  
JAZZ TERMS FLASHCARDS LESSONS  
JAZZ TIMELINE  
LIST OF HISTORICAL JAZZ GREATS AND CURRE  
LIST OF JAZZ TERMS AND DEFINITIONS  
NOW PLAYING!  
OVERVIEW OF SELECTED JAZZ STYLES  
THE INSTRUMENTS OF JAZZ GUIDED-LISTENING  
THE PUZZLE OF JAZZ (CROSSWORD PUZZLE)  
THE WORD IS OUT (MATCHING ASSESSMENT)  
THE 12-BAR BLUES  
WEBVISITS  
WHAT IS HIP?  

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