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Krull, Kathleen M is for Music.



Krull, Kathleen M IS FOR MUSIC. Il. by Stacy Innerst. ISBN ISBN
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 0-15-201438-1. New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of
: Harcourt, 2003. 56 pp. $16.00. Some scientists believe listening to classical music enhances memory and learning skills. Experiments have shown that young children who participate regularly in musical activities seem to have more highly developed skills in mathematics and spatial relationships than their nonmusical peers. Nonscientifically speaking--music is inside each of us! We are programmed for rhythm, down to our heartbeats, so music and learning were made for each other. With extraordinary full-color illustrations, each page of Krull's book features a letter of the alphabet alphabet [Gr. alpha-beta, like Eng. ABC], system of writing, theoretically having a one-for-one relation between character (or letter) and phoneme (see phonetics). Few alphabets have achieved the ideal exactness.  through musical words that begin with that letter, including names of instruments, famous musicians, different genres, movements, famous songs, and musical terms. For instance, A is for accordion accordion, musical instrument consisting of a rectangular bellows expanded and contracted between the hands. Buttons or keys operated by the player open valves, allowing air to enter or to escape. The air sets in motion free reeds, frequently made of metal.  and allegro, while B is for Beatles and blues. Complete with a glossary A term used by Microsoft Word and adopted by other word processors for the list of shorthand, keyboard macros created by a particular user. See glossaries in this publication and The Computer Glossary. , this alphabet book is one that can be revisited again and again, providing a great way to introduce youngsters (and adults) to the words of music. All Ages. Reviewed by Maria T. Holder, Brandywine Heights High School, Topton, PA
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Author:Holder, Maria T.
Publication:Childhood Education
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Date:Jun 22, 2004
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