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Adventus Children's Music Journey - Level Three

Brand: Adventus


MSRP: $69.95

Item: #901452
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Awarded an A+ by elementary educators, the Children’s Music Journey Series addresses music reading and understanding objectives identified by elementary school music curriculums and is a valued solution for elementary school districts. The program incorporates a "teach, practice, apply" methodology that successfully helps young children learn to read music, play piano with both hands, compose and improvise. The program provides an excellent background for continued development with the piano and is an ideal preparation for band programs. In 2006, the American Federation of Teachers selected CMJ to represent 21st Century elementary music programs.

Children’s Music Journey incorporates a "teach, practice, apply" methodology that successfully teaches young learners to read music, play piano with both hands, compose and improvise.

Volume 3 - Levels 61 to 95

The third volume of Children’s Music Journey introduces seven exciting new composer teachers and take music learning to a whole new level with 35 new lessons and 50 new learn-to-play pieces. At this level, children are playing pieces with chords in the left hand and melody in the right hand. The final "Lesson" includes a Recital where children demonstrate their skills to the 18 composer teachers, family and friends.

  • 35 Interactive lessons taught by Dvorak, Scarlatti, Hadyn, Bartok, Chaminade, Debussy & Schumann
  • 35 More practice sessions with Miss Melody
  • 50 New learn-to-play pieces
  • 10 New games
  • Compose & improvise with dozens of instruments, beats & arrangements from classical to rock 

    Concepts Learned in Volume 3:
    Grand Staff • Whole, quarter, half, dotted half & eighth notes • Forte • Piano • 3/4, 4/4 Time Signatures • Bar lines • Repeat sign • Half & quarter rests • Sharps, flats & naturals • Increased range & diversity of repertoire • Intervals of 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th • Broken & solid chords • Tapping notated rhythms hands together with rests & ties • Playing with a metronome • Composing • Improvising • History



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