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Essentials of Music Theory/Sftwr/Edu/#1

Voicing/Format Software
Composer Surmani/Farnum
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Arranger Surmani/Manus
Series For 3.0 Use #34628
Permanently Out of Print

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #18826

UPC code: 038081170190

Alfred?s Essentials of Music Theory Software Volume 1 covers all of the materi al in Student Book, Volume 1 (item 00-17231) and includes narration of new con cepts, animation, exercises, games and ear-training with recordings of a varie ty of acoustic instruments to motivate students while strengthening musical sk ills. The program includes randomized exercises, ear-training and graded revie ws for each unit. A complete glossary of terms and symbols with definitions, p ronunciations and visual/aural examples is also included.The educator version of the software allows optional study of Alto and Tenor clefs and printing of individual scores. It is MIDI compatible on selected screens and allows for t he unlimited creation of student records. The educator version also offers the ability to access m

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