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Title: Essential Sight-Singing Vol 1 Male Voice
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Voicing/Format: Student Text
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog #: 08744701
Description: Male Voices Price: $3.95
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Based on the successful Essential Elements for Choir series, this new choral sight-singing method will allow you to build skills in all your choral ensembles in a handy octavo-sized volume! Featuring a step-by-step approach, unison and combinable exercises, and motivating short songs, these volumes provide a basis for developing music literacy within the choral rehearsal, allowing your singers to develop their full individual potential. Also available is an accompaniment CD that provides light accompaniment for the combinable pitch builders, speech choruses and songs. In keeping with the spirit of sight-reading, there is no singing on the CD.Available separately: Treble Voices, Mixed Voices and Male Voices.
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