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Great Composers of The 20th Century
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Great Composers of The 20th Century

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Text
Composer Gibbons, Jacqueline
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc

Price: $34.99

Catalog #02500298

UPC code: 073999215168

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Here is a handy all-in-one resource collection that will help you introduce your upper elementary and middle school students to the great masterworks of the 20th century. Developed by Music Alive! magazine, each section features a specific composer and includes a reproducible student article (written at an appealing age-appropriate level), reproducible student sheets (including games, activities, and listening maps keyed to the selected composition for that composer), and a detailed National Standard-based lesson plan. All the musical examples are on the CD included with the book.

Featured composers include: Claude Debussy, Arnold Schoenberg, Béla Bartók, Igor Stravinsky, Dmitri Shostakovich, Aaron Copland, John Cage, Leonard Bernstein.

Available: Teacher's Handbook.

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