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The Pavarotti Code

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Game
Composer Bonnie Krueger
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Grades 4+
Catalog # 30/2435H

Price: $14.95

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The Pavarotti Code Composed by Bonnie Krueger. For Game. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2435H, UPC: 9781429104203)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2009 **

The units in this collection offer a unique way to introduce the study of popular performers and, through them, music genres into your classroom. Each unit includes a short biography of the performer, along with his or her discography, a list of other performers in the same genre, and a brief statement about that genre, all of which may be reproduced for your students. There’s plenty of great information on the surface, but to help further engage and involve students, secret information has been embedded within the articles. Different codes are used for each article, and the codes vary in difficulty. Keys for the codes and answers to the questions are provided, and permission to reproduce the student pages is granted.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
B.B. KING  
BILL MONROE  
CARLOS SANTANA  
CODE KEYS AND ANSWERS  
JOHNNY CASH  
JULIE ANDREWS  
LOUIS ARMSTRONG  
LUCIANO PAVAROTTI  
MAHALIA JACKSON  
QUEEN LATIFAH  
THE BEATLES  
YO-YO MA  

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