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Music Fundamentals

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Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Orff
Composer D Brian Weese
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Grades 2-6
Catalog # 30/2557H

Price: $14.95

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Music Fundamentals Composed by D Brian Weese. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2557H, UPC: 9781429117500)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2010 **

Grades 2-6  You and your students will enjoy working your way through these forty-four fabulous, fundamentally sound, leveled, REPRODUCIBLE worksheets that reinforce melodic and rhythmic concepts. This jam-packed resource includes at least three different-leveled versions for every game, making it perfect for the music teacher or music substitute.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANSWER KEYS  
CASE OF THE MISSING NOTES #1  
CASE OF THE MISSING NOTES #2  
CASE OF THE MISSING NOTES #3  
CASE OF THE MISSING NOTES #4  
CASE OF THE MISSING NOTES #5  
GOING UP! GOING DOWN! #1  
GOING UP! GOING DOWN! #2  
GOING UP! GOING DOWN! #3  
MELODIC DIRECTION #1  
MELODIC DIRECTION #2  
MELODIC DIRECTION #3  
MELODY FRAGMENTS #1  
MELODY FRAGMENTS #2  
MELODY FRAGMENTS #3  
METER MATCHING #1  
METER MATCHING #2  
METER MATCHING #3  
MYSTERY RHYTHMS #1  
MYSTERY RHYTHMS #2  
MYSTERY RHYTHMS #3  
NOTE NAME PHRASES #1  
NOTE NAME PHRASES #2  
NOTE NAME PHRASES #3  
NOTE NAME WORDS #1  
NOTE NAME WORDS #2  
NOTE NAME WORDS #3  
PICTURE RHYTHMS #1  
PICTURE RHYTHMS #2  
PICTURE RHYTHMS #3  
READING SOLFEGE #1  
READING SOLFEGE #2  
READING SOLFEGE #3  
RHYTHIGRAM #1  
RHYTHIGRAM #2  
RHYTHIGRAM #3  
RHYTHM LOGIC #1  
RHYTHM LOGIC #2  
RHYTHM LOGIC #3  
RHYTHM MATH #1  
RHYTHM MATH #2  
RHYTHM MATH #3  
TRANSFORMING RHYTHMS #1  
TRANSFORMING RHYTHMS #2  
TRANSFORMING RHYTHMS #3  
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