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Music of Our World: Mexico
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Music of Our World: Mexico

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Condensed Score
Desc Multicultural
Composer Soto/Brymer
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Expressive Art (CHORAL)
Catalog # 09971034

Price: $24.95

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Music of Our World: Mexico Composed by Soto/Brymer. For Condensed Score. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09971034, UPC: 884088138615)

Experience Mexico's rich cultural heritage and traditions with this unique collection of 8 children's songs that have been passed down for many generations in Mexican households, schools and communities. The people of Mexico are very festive and love to sing, play instruments, dance and celebrate throughout the year, especially with their children. Learning cultural songs begins at an early age for children in Mexico because of music's direct connection to their heritage. Each song includes Spanish and English lyrics with an accompanying lesson plan, and a reproducible student article and activity sheet for expanded learning. Promote cross-cultural education and reinforcing language skills while focusing on the principal objective of having fun learning and singing these cultural songs. The performance/accompaniment recording also includes separate pronunciation guide tracks for each song. For budget-saving value, the Classroom Kit offers a Teacher book and P/A CD. Available: Teacher Edition (with reproducible pages), Performance/Accompaniment CD, Classroom Kit (Teacher and P/A CD). For Gr. 1-6.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DE COLORES BRYMER,MARK MEXICAN FOLK SONG  
DONA BLANCA BRYMER,MARK CAMPBELL-TOWELL/MEXI  
EL FLORON (PUERTO RICO FOLK S.) BRYMER,MARK MEXICAN FOLK SONG  
EL QUELITE (THE VILLAGE) BRYMER,MARK MEXICAN FOLK SONG  
JUAN PIRULERO BRYMER,MARK MEXICAN FOLK SONG  
LAS POSADAS BRYMER,MARK HIGGINS/TRADITIONAL  
MATARILE BRYMER,MARK MEXICAN FOLK SONG  
PIN PON BRYMER,MARK MEXICAN FOLK SONG  
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