2 edition of Growing with Music Teacher"s Book Stage 2B (Growing with Music) found in the catalog.
Growing with Music Teacher"s Book Stage 2B (Growing with Music)
December 15, 1999
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
Teaching Key Stage 1 Music is a complete scheme of work and includes a practical assessment grid, photocopiable sheets and a wealth of ideas. For the specialist music co-ordinator this book provides a basis on which to encourage and build staff interest, with plenty of scope to adapt and add their own s: 8. Along the way, she learns about music, her heritage, and the people around her. Filled with excellent musical explanations and written like a seventh grader talks, this engaging story has music woven throughout. The book realistically presents learning a concerto from the first read-through to the final performance with an orchestra on stage.
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About the Book. n this book the reader will discover an extract from Kalidasa's epic, Kumarasambhava. In the canto presented here, the poet describes the great tapasya of Parvati. This book is specifically for teaching babies to preschool music and it introduces the Kodaly principles right from the start.
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