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About 80 Years of Jazz in About 80 Minutes - Four short lessons covering Dixieland, Big Band Swing, Bebop and Jazz-Rock (Performance Pack)

Cathy Blair
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$40.50
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Description:

Grades 2-4 - In this introductory unit, your students will discover four different styles of jazz, hear the sounds of jazz instruments and meet Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker and Miles Davis -- four great musicians who created and shaped this genre. This kit includes an informative teacher's guide, a set of flashcards for review and a CD with "real" instrumental examples. Style By Numbers and Three in a Row are two fast-paced cooperative- learning/whole-group activities that are easy to teach and designed to reinforce the music, musicians and concepts presented.

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Publisher: Heritage Music Press (Lorenz)
Catalogue Number: 30/2012H
Northwest Product Number: 211-0102-43-003

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