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Title: It's A Musical World
Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog #: 09971259
Series: Music Express Books
This is a Multicultural Collection of Songs, Dances and Fun Facts adapted and arranged by John Jacobson and John Higgins. Take an exciting musical journey of folk song and dance traditions to all corners of the globe. Learn how to doan Israeli circle dance, the German Schottische, the Brazilian Samba, folk dances from Austria, Russia and Mexico, an African welcome dance, and even Country Line Dancing from the U.S.A.! Read about these rich cultures in engaging student articles written at an age-appropriate level, and experience their music through folk songs and easy-to-learn dance steps that are kid-friendly. The value-packed book/CD format features reproducible articles and songsheets with lyric translations, exceptional standards-based lesson plans complete with lyric pronunciation assessment and extension activities, piano/vocal arrangements with choreography, and a performance/accompaniment CDrecording. There are even recorded pronunciation guides on the CD. And there'smore! An instructional DVD is also available (separately or in the classroom kit) with visual instructions for each dance as demonstrated by John Jacobson and a group of young students. We've got a lot of miles to cover, so let's getstarted!
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