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July 31st

Classical Favourites from Russia

Russia has a rich heritage of classical music.  Much of that heritage has been shared with the rest of the world.  We… read more

July 30th

First Date the Musical

In July 2013, after a sold-out run in Seattle at 5th Avenue Theater, Zachary & Weiner’s original musical comedy-with… read more

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July 31st

Our awesome student attendees present Katy Perry's "Roar" (arr. Mark Brymer)!

Our awesome student attendees present Katy Perry's "Roar" (arr. Mark Brymer)!… read more

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Let's Make Music (Bk/Cd)

Title: Let's Make Music (Bk/Cd)
Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Turner/Schiff
Catalog #: 00815057
Series: Children's
Description: Bk/Cd Collection

Price: $19.99
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This unique book/audio package lets children sing and play songs from around the world by making their own musical instruments. The book includes easy-to-follow instructions for making and playing 10 percussion instruments by using recycled, everyday items. Each instrument project includes background information on its culture of origin, activities and games involving the instrument, a suggested reading list for more information on the culture, and a song to play with the instrument. The delightful accompanying recording features traditional songs so kids can play and sing along. The book is full of close-up photos to help in making and playing the instruments.
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