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Essential Musicianship Lev 1 Teacher
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Essential Musicianship Lev 1 Teacher

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Voicing/Format book
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Essential Elements Choir
Catalog # 08740103

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Essential Musicianship Lev 1 Teacher For book. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08740103, UPC: 073999401035)

Essential Musicianship, Book 1, recommended for Grades 6-8 or other beginning groups, is a sequential choral method that helps the beginning singer develop a strong foundation of musical skills. In each of the twenty chapters a concept is presented in the theory section, practiced in the sight-reading section, and applied in the performance of a song. The Teacher Edition provides comprehensive lesson plans based on the National Standards for Arts Education.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALLELUIA  
ANIMAL SONG  
AS THE HOLLY GROWETH GREEN  
BELLS,THE  
BETTY BOTTER  
CALL,THE  
DANCE!  
ERIN  
HEY DIDDLE DIDDLE!  
HOSANNA  
HUNT,THE  
JOYFULLY SING  
KING WILLIAM  
LEAVE HER JOHNNY  
LET US CHASE THE SQUIRREL  
LOVE IN THY YOUTH  
O MUSIC,SWEET MUSIC  
OH SOLDIER SOLDIER  
RAIN  
SHIPWRECKED  
SING ALLELUIA  
SING YOUR SONGS  
SONS OF ART  
SPRING QUIET  
WINTER  

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