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Great Composers and Their Music

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Voicing/Format Classroom Teacher Edition
Composer Jennings/Jennings
Publisher Jenson Publications Inc
Catalog # 44223051

Price: $15.00

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Product Description

Great Composers and Their Music Composed by Jennings/Jennings. For Classroom Teacher Edition. Published by Jenson Publications Inc. (Catalog # 44223051)

This exciting resource provides you with a variety of ways to introduce the great composers and their music to your students. The Teacher's Manual includes an informative narrative written so that you can read it aloud with your students or refer to it as you prepare your lesson plan. But that's just the start. To add a new dimension to the learning, there is a unison song to perform for each composer, as well as teaching suggestions, discussion activities, and reproducible pictures of each composer. And there are even informative “side-bars” that bring the composers to life through short tales from their careers. The Reproducible Pak gives you masters of all the reproducible pages, allowing you to keep the Teacher's Manual intact. The Student Edition (in paks of 5 books) includes the composer picture, the narrative, and the vocal line only of each song. The professionally recorded CD will help you add a special touch to performances and free you from the piano in class or rehearsal.

Composers include: BACH, MOZART, BEETHOVEN, BRAHMS and BERLIN.

For Gr. 3-8.

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