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Jean Ashworth Bartle: A Young Singer's Journey Book 2

Off We Go
Closest Neighbors On The Keyboard
The Tonic Triad
Review Of Counting
The Chromatic Scale
Sight-Singing With The Tonic Triad
Songs Of Value 1
Songs Of Value 2
Up With Sharps Down With Flats
Pick The Tune
Remember Tents And Goalposts
Beethoven
Jean's Cool Raps
The Major Scale Pattern Song
The Sixteenth Note
G Major Scale
Tie, Slur And Phrase
The Note Tower
Key Signatures
The Strong Beat Is Number One
The Bottom Of The Time Signature
Building F Major Scale
Circle The Sixteenth Botes
It Isn't Always 4 On The Bottom
Getting Familar With G Major
Sight-singing A Famous Canon
We've Got Style
Tallis In Three Keys
Countinf Sixteenths
Eleanor Daley
And Irish Blessing 1
An Irish Blessing 2
A Mixed Bag
Book Two Criss-cross Review
Eighty-two Tasks

Directed by Jean Ashworth-Bartle

Eileen Baldwin, Jean Ashworth Bartle and Linda Beaupre have been teaching musical literacy for many years, and all three have very successful children's choirs that continue to perform all over the world. Now they have joined together and written a new musical literacy curriculum that will teach children to master the basic components of musical literacy--theory, ear training and sight-singing. The series will consist of six workbooks, three which are currently available. Included in each workbook is an accompanying CD, a sight-singing booklet of warm-up exercises for each level, and a laminated keyboard. Flash cards designed to correlate with the material presented in each workbook will also be available. There will be a teacher's manual for each level that covers the two student books. This will truly be an invaluable teaching tool.

Item code: 6451B | Book & 1 CD | $14.95 |add item to cart
Choral  | 40 Pages | Softcover | 9 x 12
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Related: Children's Choir Development
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