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Interactive Music Tools

Voicing/Format Software
Desc Cd-rom
Composer Cristi Cary Miller
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00118551

Price: $12.99

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Interactive Music Tools Composed by Cristi Cary Miller. For Software. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00118551, UPC: 884088899479)

Demonstrate and assess with projectable sight and sound keyboard visuals! Discover dozens of ways to use these handy interactive graphics in your classroom, all set in a user-friendly PDF format that uses Adobe Reader 9.0 or higher. Six visuals are presented on the CD-ROM in the Keys of C, F, G diatonic and pentatonic. Play different patterns of sound as others watch and listen. Show steps and skips, high and low, ascending and descending patterns, and much more. Demonstrate a simple ostinato accompaniment so everyone can see and hear the pattern before transferring it to a pitched classroom instrument. Invite students to compose a pentatonic accompaniment on the spot! Also included are helpful suggestions by master music educator Cristi Cary Miller on more ways to use these projectable sound graphics to reinforce music theory, ear training and assessment. You'll want to keep these great visual learning tools at your fingertips. Minimize 1 or more of the keyboard graphics on your whiteboard or computer desktop for instant access throughout the day. Great for all your visual learners! Suggested for Grades K-6.

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