By Stefan Kostka, Dorothy Payne
Designed to fulfill the desires of the two-year idea curriculum for tune majors, this simple market-leading textual content emphasizes practicality and simplicity of use for either the coed and the teacher. Its amazing ancillaries, which come with a suite of audio examples on CD (for either the textual content and workbook), Finale Workbook software program, and an intensive Instructor's handbook, around out the great educating package deal.
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