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The Magnificent 7 The Sequel
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The Magnificent 7 The Sequel

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Mary Kay Beall
Arranger Carter/Billingsley
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 18734

Price: $19.95

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The Magnificent 7 The Sequel Composed by Mary Kay Beall. Arranged by Carter/Billingsley. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 18734, UPC: 038081173740)

Introduce your young students to the music and lives of seven great composers with The Magnificent 7: The Sequel. This unison collection by well-known composers John Carter and Mary Kay Beall can be used in many ways It's effective as a songbook, or a series of musical history lessons, or add the informative narrative verse to create an enjoyable 20-minute program. The Teacher's Handbook also includes 11 reproducible activity sheets for classroom use. Both the teacher and student books contain biographical information and portraits of the seven featured composers. The CD features full performances (using children's voices) and accompaniment orchestrations arraged by Alan Billingsley. The clever lyrics describing the composers' lives are set to their most famous melodies. Composers include: Handel, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Liszt, Verdi, Prokofiev and Joplin. Grades 3 and up.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
FOOTBALL MUSIC  
IN THE TOWN OF HAMBURG  
JOE GREEN  
MESSAGE FROM THE COMPOSER,A  
ONE SONG A WEEK  
ORATORIO  
POSTLUDE  
PRELUDE  
STAR IS BORN,A  
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