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Essentials of Music Theory/Sftwr/Stu/2&3

Essentials of Music Theory/Sftwr/Stu/2&3

Voicing/Format Software
Desc Version 2.0
Composer Surmani/Farnum
Arranger Surmani/Manus
Artist V 2&3 Student Vers 2.0
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series For 3.0 Use #34627
Catalog # 20822
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Essentials of Music Theory/Sftwr/Stu/2&3 Composed by Surmani/Farnum. Arranged by Surmani/Manus. Performed by V 2&3 Student Vers 2.0. For Software. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 20822, UPC: 038081206011)

Alfred?s Essentials of Music Theory Software for Volumes 2 & 3 covers all of t he material in Student Book, Volume 2 (item 00-17232) & Volume 3 (item 00-1723 3) and includes narration of new concepts, animation, exercises, games and ear -training with recordings of a variety of acoustic instruments to motivate stu dents while strengthening musical skills. The program includes randomized exer cises, ear-training and graded reviews for each unit. A complete glossary of t erms and symbols with definitions, pronunciations and visual/aural examples is also included.The student version of the software allows optional study of Al to and Tenor clefs and printing of individual scores. It is MIDI compatible o n selected screens and allows for the unlimited creation of student records. This version is inte

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