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Get America Singing Again Set A
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Get America Singing Again Set A

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Teacher Resource
Composer Loretta Norgon
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09970222

Price: $16.99

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Product Description

Get America Singing Again Set A Composed by Loretta Norgon. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970222, UPC: 073999702224)

A must for every music classroom, this innovative teaching resource combines song repertoire from the popular Get America Singing...Again! collections with teaching strategies to meet the National Standards! Ready-to-use ideas and activities incorporate fun with melody, scales, ostinatos, partner songs, music appreciation, harmony, and composing, while integrating essential repertoire into your everyday teaching. This handy all-in-one format also includes a variety of reproducible student activity pages for an extra bonus! Highlighted songs from volume 1 of Get America Singing...Again! include: Battle Hymn of the Republic, Do-Re-Mi, Frère Jacques, I've Been Working on the Railroad, Dona Nobis Pacem, Music Alone Shall Live, Take Me Out to the Ball Game, The Star Spangled Banner, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, This Little Light of Mine. For Gr. 1-8.

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