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Poetic License

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Voicing/Format Teaching Aid
Composer Mari Schay
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Grades 2-6
Catalog # 30/2875H

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Poetic License Composed by Mari Schay. For Teaching Aid. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2875H, UPC: 9781429129923)

Grades 2-6  Helping your students to compose quality melodies and arrangements can be quite a challenge. But thanks to the ingenious approach outlined in "Poetic License," your students will become thoughtful composers able to take pride in their compositions. The step-by-step, reproducible worksheets in this resource will guide your students to turn poems into songs. As your students work to compose pleasant and singable melodies, duets, and arrangements, they will also learn to count intervals, create chords, and explore expressive techniques. You won't want to miss this unique resource, complete with eighteen reproducible compositional worksheets, organized by concept and difficulty.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
TRANSPOSITIONS  
EACH PATTERN)  
1 REVERSAL)  
MUD PIE (2 PATTERNS,1 TRANSPOSITION  
PINS(2 PATTERNS,WITH 1 REVERSAL FOR  
THE HOUSE THAT JACK BULIT (12 MOTIF  
ABC (3 PITCHES)  
BUBBLE GUM  
FALLING LEAVES (4 PITCHES)  
FOREHEAD,EYES (5 PITCHES, 1 INTERVAL  
GOING TO SAINT IVES (6 PITCHES)  
I SCREAM (3 PITCHES, 1 INTERVAL )  
LOOSE TOOTH (6 PITCHES,1 INTERVAL)  
MISSISSIPPI (4 PITCHES)  
MY LIMERICK (6 PITCHES,6/8 METER)  
ONOMATOPOEIA  
PANCAKE DAY (4 PITCHES, 2 INTERVALS)  
RAIN ON THE GREEN GRASS (4 PITHES)  
SPRING STORM (6 PITCHES, 6/8 METER)  
THE CLOCK (5 PITCHES, 2 INTERVALS)  
WOODCHUCKS (4 PITCHES )  
COUNTING INTERVALS:  
HARMONY  
MELODIC PATTERNS, INVERSIONS,AND  
MOTIFS  
SIMPLE COMPOSITIONS:  
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