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Come On Everybody Let's Sing

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Voicing/Format book
Arranger Birkenshaw-Fleming L
Publisher Gordon V Thompson Limited
Catalog # V1430A

Price: $44.99

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Come On Everybody Let's Sing Arranged by Birkenshaw-Fleming L. For book. Published by Gordon V Thompson Limited. (Catalog # V1430A, UPC: 654979187486)

Written by the author of Music for Fun, Music for Learning, the book incorporates a child's activities such as singing, dancing, playing instruments and body movements and gestures to develop the understanding of musical concepts, musical literacy and an appreciation for different kinds of music as well as co-ordination, motor and listening skills, social skills and acquisition of basic facts. Intended to be a useful and practical resource for teachers, parents and leaders of all children, Come on Everybody Let's Sing! also encourages a greater use of music with special students. The audio package offers songs from each chapter of the book professionally recorded and produced to provide both the teacher and students with excellent representations of the songs as set out in the book. Preschool-Grade 6.

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