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So-Me Storybook Series 12 Books/CD

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Voicing/Format book
Desc 12 Storybooks/Cd
Composer Stuart Manins
Publisher Themes & Variations Inc
Catalog # 450

Price: $75.00

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So-Me Storybook Series 12 Books/CD Composed by Stuart Manins. For book. Published by Themes & Variations Inc. (Catalog # 450, UPC: 9781894096546)

The So-me series is written by Stuart Manins, a retired professor of Music Education from Auckland, New Zealand. His set of 12 sound stories and accompanying CD feature the character So-me, and his friends La-me, and La-so-me. These stories are charming, have really cute illustrations, and are full of musical teaching concepts. I used the concepts in the stories as the basis of my kindergarten music classes but they were equally loved by my students in grade 1, 2 and 3. The stories will enhance both Orff and Kodaly based programs and help to teach many curriculum concepts.

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