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Music Theory In Band and Orchestra

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Composer Wendy Barden
Publisher Neil A Kjos Music Co
Series Maximizing Student Perfor
Catalog # W67

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Music Theory In Band and Orchestra Composed by Wendy Barden. For book. Published by Neil A Kjos Music Co. (Catalog # W67, UPC: 9780849726125)

This series of books by master educator Dr. Wendy Barden provides practical, educationally sound lessons, approaches and methodology to enhance your instrumental music curriculum and ensure that your students are getting the most out of their learning experiences in your programs. Each book contains sound goals, activities, and assessments, sample forms, reproducible and customizable forms and assessments. The more students understand about the music, the better they are able to perform it! This practical, 56-page resource will build understanding and confidence by providing theory activities that balance rigor, higher level thinking, and time. Music Theory in Band and Orchestra makes it possible to teach music theory through repertoire, and connect and expand experiences to promote higher level thinking. Nineteen different duplicable, customizable forms for class use.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ACTIVITY AND ASSESSMENT DESIGN  
DUPLICABLE RHYTHM FORMS  
HIERARCHY OF THINKING SKILLS  
MUSIC VOCABULARY ACTIVITIES/ASSESSMENTS  
MUSICAL TERMS & SYMBOLS REFERENCE CENTER  
PRACTICAL MUSIC THEORY  
RHYTHM ACTIVITIES AND ASSESSEMENTS  
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