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Solfege Circles (Pentatonic Set)

Solfege Circles (Pentatonic Set)

Voicing/Format Accessory
Composer Nick Long
Publisher Solfege Circles
Catalog # PSC
Permanently Out of Print

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
Solfege Circles (Pentatonic Set) Composed by Nick Long. For Accessory. Published by Solfege Circles. (Catalog # PSC, UPC: 736211817686)

The use and practice of the pentatonic scales help students form the foundation for a strong tonal vocabulary. The Pentatonic Set of Solfege Circles (TM) is a must for any choir director, elementary music teacher or student of music education. Included are 30 movable pieces allowing for the display of each of the five inversions of the pentatonic scale. Plenty of adhesive magnets allow you to display Solfege Circles (TM) in any way you choose on any magnetic surface. Circles measure 4" across and fit perfectly on just about any classroom display board.
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