A revolutionary approach to music theory! This state-of-the-art series of books and recordings is carefully designed to make theory easier to learn and teach. It really works! One of the many features that
One of the most widely used theory books available, this text covers all aspects of music theory in a concise and methodical manner. Purchase the three levels separately, or use the complete volume
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This well-organized book provides step-by-step sequential lessons for developing the three basic elements of music: listening, reading, and writing. Rhythm, note, and interval concepts are taught in
This resource is designed for jazz enthusiasts and musicians who want to have a better understanding of the language of jazz. To successfully navigate this all-in-one jazz theory course, you should be
This innovative curriculum introduces the elements of rhythmic notation through movement-based class activities. Designed to be seamlessly integrated into your music class or ensemble rehearsal, each
Each composition activity is designed to free your students so they can focus on expressing their creative ideas without worrying about breaking any musical "rules." Your students will be invited to work
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Harness your students' love of the interactive whiteboard and expand their learning opportunities with this set of ten original lessons. Activities and lessons include: competitive note-reading; iconic
The units included in this volume of interactive lessons are: melodic contour; form; expressive techniques; dynamics; melodic patterns; instrumental timbres; body percussion patterns; reading and writing
Freddie awakens from hibernation to discover he is not on his beloved Treble Clef Island. Freddie's search for home leads him through Frog Land, a strange place full of bizarre creatures all pointing him to
Freddie and his best friend, Eli, find themselves stranded on a nearby island. They follow the mysterious "Wahooooos" through the jungle and try to communicate with the purple elephant in charge. Will he
Here are ten more kid-approved lessons and activities for your interactive classroom. The games are designed to reinforce common music symbols, hone rhythmic dictation skills and to learn about topics
Written by expert elementary music teachers, these ten lessons provide a versatile resource that explores rhythm in a variety of creative ways, including improvisation, listening activities, and interactive
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