Kodály Approach, Workbook 1: Workbooks 1, 2, 3

Alfred Music
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A sequentially organized program for grades K-6. The three workbooks contain materials for ear and rhythm training, music writing and reading, and for creative work. Designed for North American schools, the program applies the Kodály approach to familiar songs and rhythms. These workbooks may be used to supplement the Threshold to Music program.
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Alfred Music
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44
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9781457448089
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English
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Music / Genres & Styles / Children's
Music / Instruction & Study / General
Music / Musical Instruments / General
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