The Book of Pitch Exploration
Can Your Voice Do This?
by John M. Feierabend
Voice - Sheet Music

Item Number: 4612327
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The Book of Pitch Exploration
Can Your Voice Do This?
by John M. Feierabend
Voice - Sheet Music

Item Number: 4612327
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Can Your Voice Do This?. Composed by John M. Feierabend. First Steps in Music. Music Education. Book. 36 pages. GIA Publications #5276. Published by GIA Publications (GI.G-5276).

ISBN 9781579992651. English.

Click here to download the 2020 Supplement to First Steps in Music. Over the past year, a committee formed by the Feierabend Association for Music Education (FAME) developed a set of standards for evaluating repertoire associated with the curriculum. With their guidance, we have removed several songs that were deemed to be harmful, derogatory, or disrespectful in regard to their histories or context. We have also added a number of new songs and rhymes from a variety of world cultures. The above link details these revisions for the curriculum book and the supplemental folk song collections.   Explore the wonders of the human voice with the fun, magical activities in The Book of Pitch Exploration! Whether it’s whooshing or shushing, hooting or booing, the human voice is capable of creating all kinds of sounds. This book allows children to discover these sounds through ideas, poems, stories, and songs that invite vocal participation from all involved. Not only are these activities fun, they also make excellent vocal warm-ups! No revisions were made to this book. John M. Feierabend, PhD, has spent decades compiling songs and rhymes from the memories of the American people in hopes that these treasures will be preserved for future generations. He is a leading authority on child development in music and movement and served as Professor and Chair of the Music Education Department of the Hartt School of the University of Hartford.

Can Your Voice Do This?