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A Hands On: Rockin' Rhythm Romp
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A Hands On: Rockin' Rhythm Romp

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Classroom Teacher Edition
Composer Jim Solomon
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 25898

Price: $16.95

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A Hands On: Rockin' Rhythm Romp Composed by Jim Solomon. For Classroom Teacher Edition. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 25898, UPC: 038081281223)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2007 **

Hands On is a collection of thirty pieces with hand percussion instruments for grades three through middle school. From pure conga jams to timbre studies to polymetric rhythms, this book will keep your class tapping its toes while developing their brain.Though the book contains excellent individual lessons, the author encourages changing the content to fit the specific needs of the student. Hands On takes into account that each classroom has different needs and provides the flexibility to meet them. With engaging songs, enriching content, and unlimited customizability, Hands On is a must-have for your classroom!

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