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Title: Silly Songs & Sing-Alongs For Composers
Voicing/Format: Accompaniment/Performance CD
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Jacobson, John
Catalog #: 09971521
Did you know . . . Bach had twenty kids; Beethoven lost most of his hearing by the time he was an adult; Haydn's parents sent him off to study music at the age of six; Mozart was performing for kings and queens by age five? Learn a wealth of interesting and fun facts about 10 famous composers with this delightfully whacky collection of familiar melodies set to new lyrics. Perform songs live with piano accompaniments in the Teacher Edition or use the professionally-produced recordings available separately on the Performance/Accompaniment CD. Choreography is also included along with reproducible lyric sheets. Enhance learning further with reproducible composer bios and review questions, and a comprehensive word search and crossword puzzle for a final check of the facts! Available separately: Teacher Edition (with reproducible pages), Performance/Accompaniment CD, Classroom Kit (Teacher & P/A CD). Suggested for grades 3-6.
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