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Wide World of Webvisits, A
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Wide World of Webvisits, A

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Classroom Course
Publisher Heritage Music Press
Arranger Morgan, Jeanette
Grade Grades 3-6

Price: $16.95

Catalog #30/2574H

UPC code: 9781429118231

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Grades 36  Cross the curriculum bridge with these easy-to-use, multi-faceted lessons based around music websites and written by a team of master educators including Artie Almeida and Patricia Bourne. A perfect resource for music appreciation classes, these lessons will enable your students to explore everything from African music and rare instruments like Benjamin Franklins glass armonica to world-class orchestras and arts organizations without ever stepping out of the classroom. From ten-minute excursions to full-blown units, you will surely find a WebVisit suited to your particular needs and curricular goals.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A TRIP TO THE OPERA  
NAATIVE AMERICAN DRUMS AND DANCES  
NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE-ARTS ALIVE MUSIC  
PBS KIDS GO! AFRICA FOR KIDS  
PBS KIDS GO! JAZZ  
PIGGIES, AND HORSES, AND MUSIC-OH MY  
SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY KIDS  
THE GLASS ARMONICA  
THE INVENTION OF THE ELECTRIC GUITAR  
THE VIENNA VEGETABLE ORCHESTRA  
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