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Do Re Mi Fa Fun
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Do Re Mi Fa Fun

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Singers Edition
Composer Jennings/Jennings
Arranger Paul and T
Publisher Jenson Publications Inc
Series Music First Express
Catalog # 44204022

Price: $2.25

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Product Description

Do Re Mi Fa Fun Composed by Jennings/Jennings. Arranged by Paul and T. For Singers Edition. Published by Jenson Publications Inc. (Catalog # 44204022, UPC: 073999040227)

The core of this valuable resource is a set of 12 sequenced songs for grades 2-6 to help students learn solfege syllables in an enjoyable way. Includes folk songs, rounds, canons and masterworks, in addition to a very helpful Teacher's Guide with lesson plans, supplemental music suggestions and performance options. Available: Teacher's Manual, Unis/2pt. Singer's Edition, Performance/Accompaniment CD and Reproducible Pak (warm-ups, workouts and activities). For gr. 2-6.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AMAZING GRACE PAUL AND T  
ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH PAUL AND T  
DO RE MI FA FUN PAUL AND T  
FLY AWAY PAUL AND T  
FROG WENT A-COURTIN' PAUL AND T  
I SAW A DODO PAUL AND T  
JESU JOY OF MAN'S DESIRING PAUL AND T BACH,J.S.  
MINUET (ROYAL FIREWORKS) PAUL AND T HANDEL  
MR. CARUSO PAUL AND T  
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT PAUL AND T  
SIMPLE GIFTS PAUL AND T  
YOU'RE MY FRIEND PAUL AND T  

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