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We Will Sing

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Desc Textbook
Composer Doreen Rao
Publisher Boosey & Hawkes Inc
Catalog # 48007802

Price: $29.99

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Product Description

We Will Sing Composed by Doreen Rao. For book. Published by Boosey & Hawkes Inc. (Catalog # 48007802, UPC: 073999685992)

This practical music curriculum is a performance-based textbook for music classrooms designed for children ages 9 and older. Beginning with the basics of how to produce a good singing tone, introducing basic music theory, reading and ear training and progressing into unison choral singing and easy part-singing, this 243-page book offers an insightful, practical approach to classroom music. 18 choral arrangements available in 3 separate Performance Programs. Program 1: O Music Sweet Music, The Salley Gardens (arr. Britten), Simple Gifts (arr. Copland), She's Like the Swallow, A Spring Morning, Good Night. Program 2: Jubilate Deo (Praetorius), The Path to the Moon, I Know Where I'm Goin', Oliver Cromwell (arr. Britten), Bist Du Bei Mir (Bach), Ching-A-Ring Chaw (arr. Copland) Program 3: Hodie (from A Ceremony of Carols, Britten), A Child Is Born, Poor Little Children, How Beautiful Are the Feet (Handel), In Dulci Jubilo, Jingle Bell Swing.

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