Michael Finnigan, Tap Your Chinigin Developing Music Skills with New Songs from Old Favourites by Sue Nicholls
  

Michael Finnigan, Tap Your Chinigin Developing Music Skills with New Songs from Old Favourites

Written by Sue Nicholls
Illustrated by Lynn Breeze

Synopsis

Michael Finnigan, Tap Your Chinigin Developing Music Skills with New Songs from Old Favourites by Sue Nicholls

Having set new words to well-known melodies, the author explores the elements of music - fast-slow, high-low, loud-quiet - building on the elementary skills established in Bobby Shaftoe, clap your hands. The text gives children activities in listening, composing and performing.

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Format

Spiral bound
64 pages

Author

Sue Nicholls
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Publisher

A & C Black Publishers Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

31st July 1998

ISBN

9780713647167


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