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I've Got A Song In Baltimore

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Collection
Desc Orff
Composer Matthew Mccoy
Publisher Schott
Catalog # 49018192

Price: $15.95

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I've Got A Song In Baltimore Composed by Matthew Mccoy. For Collection. Published by Schott. (Catalog # 49018192, UPC: 841886015890)

A collection of arrangements of folk songs from North America and the British Isles that were conceived as performance pieces for children's chorus with Orff instrument accompaniment. For teachers new to Orff Schulwerk, suggestions for preparing the instrumental parts are included. Many of the accompaniment patterns are prepared through speech and/or body percussion and then transferred to instruments at a later stage. This collection may be used in conjunction with Schott publications Playing Together (HL49017079) by Jane Frazee and Pieces and Processes (HL49013585) by Steven Calantropio.
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