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Famous Composers

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teaching Aid
Composer Diane Butikofer
Publisher Gary Grimm & Associates
Catalog # GGA551

Price: $8.95

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Famous Composers Composed by Diane Butikofer. For Teaching Aid. Published by Gary Grimm & Associates. (Catalog # GGA551, UPC: 794681005514)

Famous Composers brings to you and your students informative, inspiring, motivating insights in the lives of forty-eight of the world's greatest composers. Among them you will find classical greats like Brahms, Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, and Verdi, as well as contemporary giants of music like Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin, Leornard Bernstein, and even Elton John and Michael Torke. In Famous Composers you will find tips on presenting and extending these easy-to-use lessons. They will make great additions to your social studies units as well as worthwhile music experiences. Build knowledge of music and terminology and create appreciation of music's various genres.
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