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Discovery 2

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Music For Little Moz
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Music For Little Mozarts
Catalog # 14583

Price: $8.99

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Discovery 2 Composed by Music For Little Moz. For Piano. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 14583, UPC: 038081169224)

The unique Music Discovery Book contains songs that allow the students to experience music through singing, movement and rhythm activities. Music appreciation is fostered through carefully chosen music; J. S. Bach, Pachelbel, Saint-Sa ns, Schumann and Johann Strauss are introduced. Melodies to sing, using either solfege or letter names, help students learn to match pitch and discover tonal elements of music. Correlates to the Music Lesson Book 2. Familiar songs include Fr re Jacques and Skip to My Lou. Full color, 48 pages.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BARN DANCE  
BROTHER JOHN  
CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS SAINT-SAENS,C  
CAT SONG,THE  
CATCH THE RHYTHM  
GOODBYE SONG  
GRAND GALAXY MARCH  
J. S. BUNNY-HOP,THE  
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH'S DANCE  
LISTEN AND SING NO. 1  
LISTEN AND SING NO. 2  
LISTEN AND SING NO. 3  
LISTEN AND SING NO. 4  
LISTEN AND SING NO. 5  
LISTEN AND SING NO. 6  
LISTEN AND SING NO. 7  
LOOBY LOO  
MUSIC LESSON DAY  
SKIP TO MY LOU  
STEP AND SKIP MARCH  
WHEN YOU GO AWAY  

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