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April 22nd

I’ll Be Seeing You : 51 Songs of World War Two

This collection of sheet music, mostly from the 1940′s, reflects the time and attitudes of World War Two.  “What… read more

April 21st

Ballet & Other Dances

This collection of piano sheet music from the dance repertoire covers music from around the world. There are Russian… read more

April 23rd

New Star-Spangled Titles for Band stantonssheetmusic.wordpress.com Finding unique patriotic selections can be a challenge,… read more

April 22nd

Providing Music To and From All Over the World - Happy Earth Day!

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First

Title: First
Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Composer: Albrecht/Althouse
Catalog #: 24013

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Who invented the potato chip, designed the escalator, or wrote the first published English dictionary? The answers to these and other "firsts" are in the songs of this creative and educational songbook. Your students will learn as they sing about inventors and personalities such as the Wright Brothers, Alexander Graham Bell, Neil Armstrong, and Julia Child. Learn even more with the supplementary background information included for each song. It s a true cross-curricular songbook that is, first and foremost, a rewarding musical experience. The songs, as well as the lyric sheets and background information pages, are all 100% reproducible.
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