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Playing With The Classics

Playing With The Classics
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Sheet Music Books
Voicing/Format Text
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Arranger Bennett, Peggy D

Price: $26.99

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #37605

UPC code: 038081422213

Peggy D. Bennett presents her classroom-tested creative ideas for movement, stories, and listening activities as she delights preschool through primary-age children with orchestral favorites. Fully Reproducible and designed to be used by experienced music teachers and novices alike, the simple, charming and playful lessons in Playing With the Classics give children a chance to sing, move, and act while they listen to the music of great composers. The CD contains 30 tracks, including selections from Gershwin's An American in Paris, Beethoven's Symphony No. 5, Bizet's Carmen, Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite, Haydn's Surprise Symphony, and many more. Playing With the Classics will help make these great works a part of your students' beloved repertoire of music and capture their interest in orchestral music for a lifetime.

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