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Alfred's Music Playing Cards (12 Decks)

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Voicing/Format Game
Desc Classical Composers 12 Pk
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 39322

Price: $79.99

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Alfred's Music Playing Cards (12 Decks) For Game. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 39322, UPC: 038081440361)

Alfred's Music Playing Cards: Classical Composers are an exciting and innovative resource to help students become familiar with the great composers. These are real playing cards divided into four suits, each representing a different compositional era of music: Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Romantic. Each suit contains 13 composer cards with the composer s likeness, nationality, birth and death dates, brief facts about his or her musical life, and important compositions. Four jokers are included as well, each containing a brief outline of the corresponding musical style period. The cards can be used to play Crazy 8s, Gin Rummy, Matching, Go Fish virtually any card game using a 52-card deck! Alfred's Music Playing Cards: Classical Composers are a fun and playful way for your students to learn about the great composers, and are perfect for any studio or classroom! *Set contains 12 decks of playing cards*

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