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Essential Elements For Recorder Kit

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Classroom Course
Desc Classroom Kit
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00113155

Price: $69.99

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Essential Elements For Recorder Kit For Classroom Course. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00113155, UPC: 884088867904)

The new Essential Elements Classroom Method for Recorder is designed for today's classroom, including easy-to-use technology features that enhance the learning experience for any teaching situation. Essential Elements for Recorder is an effective tool for introducing or reinforcing general music concepts, as an introduction to ensemble performance (band, orchestra, and choir), or for individual or small group instruction. High quality accompaniments (exercises 1-57), expertly arranged for young musicians in a wide variety of styles, make practicing productive and fun.

- The book includes over 130 songs, instrument basics, music reading, duets and rounds, music history, and a fingering chart.

- The audio CD/CD-ROM includes play-along tracks for lessons 1-57, tempo adjustment software that enables students to slow down the tracks while they're learning; and a start-up video that you can watch on computer to get you off to a great start!



This classroom kits includes one student book with play-along CD; 9 additional student books; and 10 single-piece harmony recorders.

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