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Essentials of Music Theory-Key-No Cds

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Voicing/Format Classroom Teacher Edition
Composer Surmani/Farnum
Arranger Surmani/Manus
Artist Compl Answer Key
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 17256

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Essentials of Music Theory-Key-No Cds Composed by Surmani/Farnum. Arranged by Surmani/Manus. Performed by Compl Answer Key. For Classroom Teacher Edition. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 17256, UPC: 038081166780)

Alfred?s Essentials of Music Theory is designed for students of any age, wheth er listeners or performers, who want to have a better understanding of the lan guage of music. In this all-in-one theory course, you will learn the essential s of music through concise lessons, practice your music reading and writing sk ills in the exercises, improve your listening skills with the available ear-tr aining CDs (sold separately), and test your knowledge with a review that compl etes each unit.The Teacher?s Answer Key is a spiral-bound book that includes a nswers for the Lesson and Review pages as well as music for the Ear-Training p ages in Volumes 1-3 of the Student Books.The complete line of Alfred?s Essenti als of Music Theory includes Student Books, a Teacher?s Answer Key, Ear-Traini ng CDs, Double Bingo

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