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Rhythm Baseball

Rhythm Baseball

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Game
Composer Artie Almeida
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Grades 3-6
Catalog # 30/2046H
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Unavailable for Digital Delivery
Rhythm Baseball Composed by Artie Almeida. For Game. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2046H, UPC: 000308102253)

Rhythm patterns of various difficulty levels, steady beat and sight reading are reinforced by clapping and/or counting. These fantastic new games from master teacher, Artie Almeida, will enable students to quickly master music basics in a fun and effective manner. Based on the rules of traditional baseball, each game includes a teacher's direction page and a set of flashcards organized by difficulty level - singles (easiest), doubles, triples and home runs (most difficult). Use this creative and imaginative series to introduce, review or access your students' knowledge of music concepts and help them build a solid music foundation.
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