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New World Music Reference Guide (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Classroom Teacher Edition
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Jose Rosa
Publisher Centerstream
Catalog # 00001340

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New World Music Reference Guide (Bk/Cd) Composed by Jose Rosa. For Classroom Teacher Edition. Published by Centerstream. (Catalog # 00001340, UPC: 884088496586)

This history guide will take you to the music of Cuba, Bahamas, Antigua, Barbuda, Puerto Rico, The Lesser Antilles, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Costa Rica, plus a very special music style from Beliza, Honduras, Guatemala and from the coast of Nicaragua named: “Garifuña,” ending with the United States of America. On the accompanying 3 CDs, author José Rosa narrates much of the text, and you'll hear many samples of this exciting music. You'll discover many similarities between all the genres in the New World, not only the Cuban music genres but also the music styles from the rest of the new world and its European influences.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BARBUDA  
GUATEMALA,HODURAS&NICARAGUA:GARIFUN"  
AN SPECIAL MUSIC GENRE FROM BELIZE,  
THE MUSIC FROM ARGENTINA  
THE MUSIC FROM BOLIVIA  
THE MUSIC FROM COLOMBIA  
THE MUSIC FROM COSTA RICA  
THE MUSIC FROM CUBA  
THE MUSIC FROM DOMINICAN REPUBLIC  
THE MUSIC FROM HAITI  
THE MUSIC FROM JAMAICA  
THE MUSIC FROM PARAGUAY  
THE MUSIC FROM PERU  
THE MUSIC FROM PUERTO RICO  
THE MUSIC FROM THE BAHAMAS,ANTIGUA &  
THE MUSIC FROM THE LESSER ANTILLES  
THE MUSIC FROM UNITED STATES  
THE MUSIC FROM URUGUAY  
THE MUSIC FROM VENEZUELA  
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