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August 26th

What (Music) Should I Do with My Jazz Band?

by Ken Tilger, Band Education Specialist – Do you have a jazz band that you enjoy directing, but just aren’t sure… read more

August 24th

Happy Birthday, Leonard Bernstein!

August the 25th is Leonard Bernstein‘s birthday.  We lost this talented and prolific composer on October 14, 1990. … read more

August 26th

What (Music) Should I Do with My Jazz Band?

by Ken Tilger, Band Education Specialist - Do you have a jazz band that you enjoy directing, but just aren’t sure what… read more

August 24th

Happy Birthday, Leonard Bernstein!

August the 25th is Leonard Bernstein's birthday. We lost this talented and prolific composer on October 14, 1990.… read more

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Title: It Takes Two


Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Composer: Albrecht/Althouse
Catalog #: 23096 Price: $29.95

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Develop 2-part singing in your younger choirs with Alfred's irresistible songbook, It Takes Two! Your students will enjoy performing these eight singable songs and arrangements by Sally K. Albrecht and Jay Althouse. Included in the Teacher's Handbook are reproducible students pages and Sally's simple and logical staging suggestions. It Takes Two! contains songs for both seasonal and general use. This price-saving song collection will help you cross the bridge from unison to 2-part singing. Recommended for grades 3 and up. Staging Suggestions included. Reproducible Student Pages included.
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