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Mallet Madness

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Voicing/Format Classroom Teacher Edition
Composer Artie Almeida
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Grades K-6
Catalog # 30/2187H

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Mallet Madness Composed by Artie Almeida. For Classroom Teacher Edition. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2187H, UPC: 9780893284442)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2007 **

Grades K-

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
GOOD,VERY BAD DAY  
ALEATORIC MUSIC  
ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE,HORRIBLE,NO  
BEFORE YOU BEGIN: A FEW REMINDERS  
BODY DIRECTOR GRADES K-6  
BORDUNS  
C SCALE EXPLORATIONS  
CAPS FOR SALE  
CHINESE RIBBON DANCE  
CRAZY EIGHTS  
FUZZY WUZZY  
GETTING STARTED: TIPS FOR SUCCESS  
ICKA BACKA BOO  
IN THE TALL, TALL GRASS  
INSTRUMENT HOPSCOTHCH  
INSTRUMENT SET-UP  
INTRODUCTION  
JACK AND JILL  
JUMP,FROG,JUMP  
LISTEN TO THE GLOCKENSPIELS  
LITTLE BUNNLY FOO-FOO  
MELODIC EXPLORATIONS: DIRECTION & REGIST  
MORTIMER  
MUSIC & LITERATURE CONNECTIONS SUGGESTIO  
NOTES AND RESTS  
OLD BLACK FLY  
OLD MACDONALD HAD A WOODSHOP  
PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY  
PEANUT BUTTER PIE  
PEASE PORRIDGE  
PENTATONIC SCALES  
RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE  
SAMPLE FLOOR PLANS  
THE GRAND OLD DUKE OF YORK  
THE RESPECT RAP  
THE ROTATION  
THERE WERE TEN IN THE BED  
UP AND DOWN IN MALLET TOWN  
WALK THE DOG  
WARM-UPS GRADES K-6  
WEE WILLIE WINKIE  
1-2 BUCKLE MY SHOE  
2-4-6-8  

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