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Title: Harmony Cookbook
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Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Anderson, Tom
Catalog #: 09970593
Description: Collection Price: $29.95
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Are you ready for a jam session? Add harmonic flavor to familiar melodies with quick 'n easy musical recipes. Layer in guitars, keyboards, autoharp, and other pitched and non-pitched instruments for a smorgasbord of sound! Harmony Cookbook provides a sequential approach to chord progressions (major, minor and dominant 7th), beginning with lighter one-chord arrangements and progressing to more full-bodied versions. Percussion grooves from the popular Percussion Cookbook can be added to these arrangements for even fuller taste! It's all here for you, step-by-step instructions, piano/vocal arrangements, reproducible singer and jam accompaniment sheets and a professionally-produced CD recording for classroom or performance. Instructional jam tracks are also provided on the CD as a practice tool to help students learn the various chord progressions in each song. 8 songs. Available: Book/CD Pak (with reproducible singer/instrument pages). For Gr. 2-6.
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