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I Can Feel The Rhythm (Preview Pak)
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I Can Feel The Rhythm (Preview Pak)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Performance CD
Composer Greg Gilpin
Publisher Shawnee Press Inc
Catalog # 35010065

Price: $16.99

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I Can Feel The Rhythm (Preview Pak) Composed by Greg Gilpin. For Performance CD. Published by Shawnee Press Inc. (Catalog # 35010065, UPC: 747510183242)

This collection contains eight chorals that are fun to learn, interesting to teach and entertaining for performers and listeners. Perfect for the singer who does not play an instrument, I Can Feel the Rhythm, takes out the notes and teaches rhythm through speech. Withselections for holidays and patriotic celebrations, as well as a piece that teach dynamics and rests, your singers will learn how rhythms look, sound and feel. Drum parts are included in this collection! Grades 4-12.

Now available in budget-stretching book/Enhanced StudioTrax CD ROM (reproducible choral and drum parts, as well as accompaniment and performance audio tracks). BEST VALUE!
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