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Composer's Specials Teacher's Guide

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Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09970135

Price: $19.99

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Composer's Specials Teacher's Guide For book. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970135, UPC: 073999933512)

The lives and music of the great composers come alive with the Composers' Specials Video Series, and this innovative, easy-to-use teacher's guide lets you create an entire curriculum for your elementary and middle school music classes. The guide offers a variety of lesson plans to accompany the video stories of these world-famous composers: Bach, Handel, Rossini, Liszt, Strauss and Bizet. You and your students will enjoy dozens of creative activities, including easy-to-follow listening maps that highlight selections of music from each of the soundtrack CDs. These and many more reproducible student activities give you all you need for an entire unit of study that makes learning fun and motivational! The Composers' Specials Video Series (from Devine Entertainment) includes: Bach's Fight For Freedom, Handel's Last Chance, Rossini's Ghost, Liszt's Rhapsody, Strauss: The King of Three-Quarter Time, and Bizet's Dream.

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