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Kodaly In The Classroom-Advanced Set 1
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Kodaly In The Classroom-Advanced Set 1

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger Rann, Linda

Price: $19.95

Catalog #09970711

UPC code: 884088058838

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

This popular music classroom series now offers an advanced collection of songs and teacher lessons sequentially organized to teach the basics of pitch and rhythm through singing and games for upper elementary and middle school students. The song material consists of 20 folk and well-known children's songs. Teacher lessons are easy to follow and do not require previous training in Kodály methodology. Pitch and rhythm concepts expand to include all tones of the scale, syncopa, dotted rhythms, and combinations of eighth & sixteenth notes. The collection includes lesson plans, reproducible singer sheets and activities. Available: Teacher Edition (with reproducible songsheets and activities, Performance/Accompaniment CD, and Classroom Kit (Teacher and P/A CD). For Grades 4-8.

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