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What's The Score

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format book
Composer Lorenz/Kropff
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Grade Grades 4+
Catalog # 30/2321H

Price: $14.95

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What's The Score Composed by Lorenz/Kropff. For book. Published by Heritage Music Press. (Catalog # 30/2321H, UPC: 9781429100502)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2008 **

Grades 4+ * Students in the general music classroom are exposed to many different types and forms of music, both aurally and through the printed page, but seldom do they have the chance to see and work with a score. "What's the Score?" changes all that thanks to its engaging and accessible look into this rich source of music learning. Begin by reproducing and distributing some or all of the 16 pages of the included "Hallelujah Chorus" score . Students then go inside the score by playing games including Seek & Circle, Find & Define and Name That Note. A preparatory worksheet introducing the score is also provided, along with reproducible fact sheets about the orchestra and its instruments, Handel, and his famous oratorio--the perfect complement to a "Messiah" unit. Additional suggestions for using this familiar melody and its score to strengthen rhythm reading and other music fundamentals are also provided.

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