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Play Music Together (Bk/Dvd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Publisher Amsco Publications

Price: $14.95

Catalog #14025681

UPC code: 856293001169

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

The easiest way for families to learn to play guitar and sing together. Learn to play guitar and sing with your whole family. For parents and older children, this book and DVD combination features simple lessons that make it fun and easy to play songs on guitar right away. For preschoolers, toddlers and infants, the book contains a coloring section, and the DVD includes entertaining teaching segments with our playful puppet “Capo” who helps the instructor introduce musical concepts, then dances and sings along with the music. Preschoolers develop an understanding and appreciation of musical elements including rhythm, tempo and pattern while parents and caregivers play along and join the fun. As an added bonus, the DVD comes with a special code that allows you to visit a special website to download this video series to your iPod, so you can watch and learn wherever you want! Authored for Zone 0.

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