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Sing Together Children

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Madeline Bridges
Publisher Choristers Guild
Catalog # CGBK66

Price: $39.95

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Sing Together Children Composed by Madeline Bridges. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Choristers Guild. (Catalog # CGBK66, UPC: 749193013328)

This unique resource offers children s choir leaders and classroom music teachers an ideal guide for leading young singers to participate in joyful, purposeful singing experiences. Organized into five chapters, the resource draws music primarily from a folk tradition combining over 75 singing activities into the following sequential teaching process: 1) Exploring the voice; 2) Developing young singers; 3) Singing and moving; 4) Building choral skills; and 5) Singing in harmony. The singing activities range from vocal-exploration activities and action songs designed for young children to more advanced folk songs and dances for older children, plus warm-ups, vocalises, choral technique songs, rounds, and songs that teach part-singing. Each chapter also features an efficient, pedagogically sound teaching plan that teachers can use along with the demonstration DVD included in the resource. Perfect for use throughout the year with children ages 5 12!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AND CHORAL TECHNIQUE SONGS  
BUILDING CHORAL SKILLS:WARM-UPS,VOCALISE  
DEVELOPING YOUNG SINGERS  
EXPLORING THE VOICE  
SINGING AND MOVING  
SINGING IN HARMONY  
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