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Family Feud: A Musical Debate, The

Title: Family Feud: A Musical Debate, The
Voicing/Format: Accompaniment CD
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Composer: Fiftal
Catalog #: 16421

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Which is the most important instrumental family of the symphony orchestra? Four panelists (Dr. Clyde Trombone, Ms. Viola Cello, Dr. Clara Net and Mr. Tim Pannee) have been invited to share their views on this weekly TV broadcast. Maestro Cue makes a surprise appearance, proclaiming the orchestra is a "community of sound." The Teacher's Handbook contains loads of reproducible sheets. What a learning experience for young musicians! This 15-minute mini-musical features six selections. For grades 3 and up.
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