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Czech Republic
Classical Destinations Series
2 Disc Set (DVD and CD-ROM)

Czech Republic - Smetana, Dvorak.
Introduce the world of classical music to young people through the Classical Destinations Series.  Students will travel through one of 6 destinations, each one a journey through the music and culture of a particular country. The 6 destinations are Austria, Germany, Italy, Russia, Scandinavia, and Czech Republic - the subject of this DVD.
Each destination kit includes a DVD and CD-ROM and the carefully-structured units consist of easy-to-use video, audio, MIDI, interactive quizzes and specially-designed orchestral scores to introduce key concepts of classical music. Each individual kit provides at least 13 hours of learning activity.
Originally seen on PBS.
A correlating hardcover book (828411) with beautiful photographs and information is available separately.

For grades 5-12.

Kit (DVD and CD-ROM) contents:
2 classroom ensemble arrangements
6 creative assignments/projects
6 interactive musical scores
10 interactive "aural" games
1 long-term research project
5 main teaching program videos
10 MIDI files for downloading to a sequencer
2 MP3 orchestral recordings
4 orchestral scores
40 PDF files
up to 200 PDG pages
8 printable quizzes
5 suggested teaching programs
14 supplementary bonus videos
6 teacher guides
1 teaching "roadmap" for navigation
6 video quizzes


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