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One Two Three Echo Me
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One Two Three Echo Me

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accompaniment CD
Composer Loretta Mitchell
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 99/1740H

Price: $14.95

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One Two Three Echo Me Composed by Loretta Mitchell. For Accompaniment CD. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 99/1740H, UPC: 000308059427)

There are over 60 songs, games, and accompanying activities in this terrific resource that make it easy for Pre-K to Grade 4 students of all abilities explore musical concepts and learn to sing in tune. These classroom tested exercises are conveniently organized into two-parts. Part One consists of activities that help students experiment with various ways of using their voices. Part Two is divided into four sections - each one packed with clever songs and stimulation activities that encourage initial success for beginners while enhancing skills of more advanced students. The four sections include: Songs for Beginning and Ending the Music Class, Holiday/Seasonal Songs, Songs for the Older Elementary Student, and Songs for General Use. New in this edition is a CD that features more than 40 delightful accompaniments created especially for use with this text.

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