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Title: Folk Songs Singing Games & Play Parties
Voicing/Format: Accompaniment/Performance CD
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Miller, Cristi Cary
Catalog #: 09970464
Series: Expressive Art (CHORAL)
It's party time! This unique collection of beloved folk songs will supply hours of fun for your music classroom. Each song provides an activity, game or dance that can easily be adapted to all learning situations. In addition you will find simple Orff and instrumental accompaniment ideas, as well as easy-to-follow teaching suggestions. This collection provides six songs for your younger students and six for your older ones. A Performance/Accompaniment CD offers the flexibility for hands-free teaching, or you may choose to use the complimentary piano accompaniment. Reproducible song sheets are an added bonus and are sure to make this song collection a must for your music library! Includes 12 songs. For Grades 1-6.
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