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Title: Composing With Boomwhackers (Bk/Cd)
Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Themes & Variations Inc
Composer: Gagne, Denise
Catalog #: 340
Boomwhackers are colorful plastic tubes that can be used to play melodies, rhythms or chords. In this book, there are 9 songs to sing with boomwhacker accompaniment or improvisation, 2, 3 and 4 part rhythm ensembles, and melodies to play on boomwhackers. In addition to this wealth of performance material, there are visuals and reproducibles to copy to help your students learn to compose rhythms, melodies and songs using Boomwhackers, recorders or Orff instruments. The CD includes a vocal performance to learn the songs and accompaniments only for songs and for melodies. The teacher guide includes music for all the songs, and many reproducibles to use as handouts or overheads.
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