- Doug SmithKeymaster
We’re getting ready to announce our new music study resource and we thought you all might like the first look. Music Study with the Masters. 🙂6boys1girlParticipant
They sound wonderful!6boys1girlParticipant
They look wonderful!LeslieParticipant
Oooh, those are so nicely put together! Well done 🙂Kathleen MarieParticipant
Is there a set plan of what the complete series will include and how they should be scheduled?MonicaParticipant
Fantastic!! Thank you!MistyParticipant
I am excited! I am hopeful that you will have more by spring. We do 4 composers a year and this is exactly the type of thing I like. Just like the artists it’s all complete, everything in a simple -put together -all in one place. It makes me do the happy dance all over again!
SCM and Team you are amazing and I love these new products you continue to make to make my life easier. You know what else, they are not cheap in anyway (although affordable in the big scheme of things) and I’ll be able to pass them on to any of my children who wish to home school because they are forever true and complete.
Oh, I’m so glad you all like them! This project has been in my mind and heart for so many years; it’s a treat to see these portfolios actually produced and available for you now!
Kathleen Marie, I plan to continue to work on more Music Study portfolios as time and resources allow. Right now there isn’t a set schedule for new releases, but I had so much fun putting these three together that it will be hard to stay away from others, I’m sure!missceegeeParticipant
Terrific! You’ve covered artist/picture study, poet study, hymn study, and now composer study. Let’s add folk song study and the arts are covered! 😉pangitParticipant
I love it!! It looks like just what I’ve been looking for. I want them all!!!Mysterious Lady in PinkParticipant
I am so excited about this resource!! I have not been happy with many of the bios I’ve seen for composers. I just reviewed the sample and love that you provide both a “day in the life” and a longer bio reading as well. Brilliant!
Obviously it’s a personal decision, but what was the thought with the longer bio in terms of target audience? High schooler? younger?
Well done! Looking forward to using these for sure, although I may have to wait for conference time to pick them up.Sonya ShaferModerator
My thought was that the parent could read aloud A Day in the Life to everybody, because it is interesting for all ages. Then I was thinking that the longer The Story of . . . bio could be assigned for independent reading for maybe 6th-grade-and-up-ish. It is appropriate for all ages, but I think it would be most enjoyed by the older students because of its longer length and more old-fashioned wording.
But as you said, I’m counting on each parent using them as best fits her family. 🙂Mysterious Lady in PinkParticipant
Excellent, thank you for that info, Sonya!Julie CunninghamParticipant
Is there anything to print besides the booklet? I am so excited to use this!Jordan SmithKeymaster
The booklet is the only part of the download version that you’d need to print. The rest of the kit is the mp3 files of the 2 music albums.
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