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A Young Scholar's Guide to Composers Book
An Easy-to-Use, 32-Week Course Covering Dozens of Composers


 
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Ages: 9-13
Grade Levels: 4th-8th, but easily adaptable to a wider range

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Product Code:
088-936

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A Young Scholar's Guide to Composers:
A Full Year's Curriculum in 32 Weekly Lessons

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CD-Rom Version
The CD-Rom Version of A Young Scholar's Guide to Composers gives you the entire book in PDF format to view on your computer or compatible hand-held device. Plus you have the ability to print as many copies of the quizzes, coloring pages, and other activity sheets as you like!

Understanding Classical Music Is Important
If you want to push a hot button, talk to Christians about music. We tend to be all over the map regarding what is appropriate, and wow are we passionate! But even the extremists acknowledge the importance of classical music, both historically and in modern times, as it is used for everything from stopping troublemakers from congregating outside supermarkets, to reducing stress and anxiety for heart patients recovering in the hospital.

Studying Biographies Is Finally Easy!
However, to fully understand classical music, your children should study each composer's biography, and there is no easier way than with A Young Scholar's Guide to Composers. This trouble-free, thirty-two–week course provides a reflective look at twenty-six famous composers, their music, and the period God placed them in. Of significant importance to those of us who want to know, the authors have also delved into each composer's character traits and Christian testimony (or lack thereof).

Lots of Resources Included in This 32-Week Course
Included in A Young Scholar's Guide to Composers are easy-to-use maps, a comparative timeline, quizzes, answer keys, listening suggestions, intricate coloring pages, and much more. It is obvious that the authors have done the work, which means you don't have to. This is ideal for grades 4–8, but is so easily adaptable for younger and older students that it makes a perfect study for the entire family.
Features

  • 32 Weekly Lessons
  • 26 Bios of Famous Composers
  • 6 Eras of Music Explained
  • Easy-to-Use Comparative Timeline
  • Easy-to-Use Maps
  • Composer Info-Cards & Game Directions
  • Note-taking Pages
  • Quizzes
  • Answer Keys
  • Listening Suggestions
  • Intricate Coloring Pages
  • Resource Books

    Publisher's Information
    Authors: Melissa E. Craig; Maggie S. Hogan
    Pages:
    298
    Binding:
    Paperback
    Copyright:
    2009
    ISBN:
    978189242746X
    Publisher:
    Bright Ideas Press
    Made In:
    USA
    Consumable:
    Yes
    Reproducible:
    Yes, permission is granted to photocopy student reviews, note-taking pages, and other activity pages for your own family only. This is not intended to be used for an entire co-op or school.