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Celebration of Black History Through Mu

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Book/Cd/Power Points
Composer Blair Bielawski
Publisher Milliken Publishing, Llc
Grade Grades 4-6
Catalog # MP5112

Price: $15.95

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Celebration of Black History Through Mu Composed by Blair Bielawski. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Milliken Publishing, Llc. (Catalog # MP5112, UPC: 9781429115032)

Introduce your students to the rich history of African-American music with "A Celebration of Black History through Music"from spirituals to hip-hop. Featuring some of the most important musicians of each style of music covered, "A Celebration of Black History through Music" highlights how the roots of African-American music can be traced from the slave songs of the 1700s through hip-hop music of the 1970s and 80s, and demonstrates how this music has influenced and shaped the music of the world. Words alone will not do justice to any of the music described in this book. An enhanced CD (print books) or MP3 files (eBooks) containing audio examples of the featured music styles is included to allow your students to hear the music in the lessons. In addition, a discography, reproducible worksheets, extension activities, and a complete PowerPoint presentation are all included for use with your class.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
HOP  
BERRY  
JACKSON  
AFRIKA BAMBAATAA  
JUBILEE SINGERS  
BEBOP: CHARLIE PARKER,DIZZIE GILLESPIE  
BIG BAND SWING: DUKE ELLINGTON  
DIXIELAND: LOUIS ARMSTRONG  
GOSPEL MUSIC:THOMAS DORSEY,MAHALIA  
HIP-HOP: KOOL HERC, GRANDMASTER FLASH  
JAZZ-ROCK: MILES DAVIS  
PRE-SPIRITUALS  
ROCK AND ROLL: CHUBBY CHECKER,CHUCK  
SOUL: JAMES BROWN,ARETHA FRANKLIN  
SPIRITUALSFISK UNIVERSITY AND THE"  
THE BLUES:ROBERT JOHLNSON,W.C HANDY  
ANSWER KEYS  
CHAPTER 1: ROOTS  
CHAPTER 2: JAZZ  
CHAPTER 3: ROCK AND ROLL,SOUL,AND HIP-  
DISCOGRAPHY  
LISTENING QUIZZES  
POWERPOINT SLIDES  
REPRODUCIBLE ACTIVITIES  
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