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Sing At First Sight Lev 2
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Sing At First Sight Lev 2

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format book
Composer Beck/Lewis/Surmani
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Grade 2
Catalog # 28448

Price: $7.99

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Sing At First Sight Lev 2 Composed by Beck/Lewis/Surmani. For book. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 28448, UPC: 038081314310)

Sing at First Sight, Level 2 opens with a comprehensive Rhythm Review and Pitch Practice reinforcing the concepts studied in Sing at First Sight, Level 1. Each of the four units that follow features a helpful Getting Ready page, progressive Rhythm Readiness exercises, and thorough music-reading Lessons with practice Exercises, useful Hints, and motivating Challenge Exercises. Unit summary and assessment is easily achieved with choral excerpts from Alfred's Choral Designs series, fun-filled Review games, and Evaluating Your Performance questions. Plus, Alfred has included a full-length Performance Piece to measure and celebrate your choir's sight-singing progress, and then perform in concert. Level 2 concepts include: singing in minor; chromatics; 2-part, 3-part and 4-part harmony; major and minor intervals; changing meter; sixteenth note patterns; and much more - all logically sequenced to ensure student success!

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