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Sounds of The Cities (Bk/Cd)
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Title: Sounds of The Cities (Bk/Cd)


Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Simons, David
Catalog #: 02500582
Description: Teacher Resource Price: $34.95

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Here's your chance to take a musical road trip across the United States. From the creators of Music Alive! magazine, this resource takes you to eight important cities around the country, exploring the unique sounds and artists that define them. Each section includes a reproducible student article and two activity sheets. Full-length lesson plans based on the National Standards accompany each section and all musical examples are included on the CD. Featured cities and styles include: New Orleans and Funk, Memphis and R&B, Nashville and Country, Philadelphia and Soul, New York City and Jazz, Detroit and Motown, Chicago and Blues, Los Angeles and Rock.
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