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Title: Together In Unison (Bk/Cd)
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Voicing/Format: Teacher's Edition
Publisher: Shawnee Press Inc
Arranger: Gilpin, Greg
Catalog #: 35029024
Description: Bk/Cd-rom/Repro Gr 3-5 Price: $29.99
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Good unison singing is an important first step in learning to be an excellent choral singer. Start with these outstanding arrangements for your beginning choir, and they'll be well on their way! This reproducible collection of ten songs is arranged especially for unison voices and is perfect for use throughout the year as your students develop into choral singers. There's something for every type of concert with novelty, solfege, Latin text, patriotic, Christmas, and holiday songs. The available CD-ROM contains many unique additions that will make learning interesting and fun, including choreography and American Sign Language. Parts for additional instruments and full performance and accompaniment recordings are also included, and will let your performances shine. For Grades K-4. Songs include: I Love the Music in My Life; The Solfege Blues; A Child's Credo; It's Time to Start the Show; Cohan's Big Three; Ja-Da, Ja-Da, Jing Jing Jing; Junk Band Boogie; The Colors in My Life; Boogie Woogie Holiday; Keep on Following the Star.
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