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Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra, T
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Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra, T

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Voicing/Format book
Desc Teaching Strategies
Composer Benjamin Britten
Arranger Wesley Ball
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09970595

Price: $39.99

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Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra, T Composed by Benjamin Britten. Arranged by Wesley Ball. For book. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970595, UPC: 073999827361)

This familiar standard by English composer Benjamin Britten has become one of the classic introductions to the sights and sounds of the orchestra for young people. Enhance music appreciation and explore the unique qualities of the instruments in a symphony orchestra with this creative collection of visuals and strategies. Created for the music classroom, the Activity Book/CD features a variety of reproducible listening maps and games, helpful teaching suggestions, and a full-length version of this masterwork performed by the Slovak Symphony Orchestra. The value-packed Classroom Kit includes the Book/CD Pak and the Hal Leonard Discover the Instruments of the Orchestra poster pak of 24 full-color 9x12 laminated posters with history on each of the instruments, fun facts and representative musicals works. Make music listening fun AND active! For Gr. 4-8.

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