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Both come recommended and use several accepted bibliography formatting. Screen shot 2011-03-28 at 7. If you are looking for a new listening and analysis music lesson idea check out this blog posting. Should be fun for both the students and teachers to see if they can pick a winner.
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It looks like it could be very useful for many upcoming musicians. Screen shot 2011-03-08 at 7. Great for listening and analysis practice. Listen to these examples of cover versions of famous songs and get students to reflect on what they hear and then articulate why they prefer one over the other. They can then find their own examples of songs that have been covered by other artists. A great way to be introduced to new music artists that you might not have listened to otherwise.
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