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Alfred Hearing Music: CD-ROM By Morton Subotnick   

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Give your children a strong musical foundation with this fun and entertaining program.

Hearing Music is a series of fun-filled learning games that break musical concepts down into patterns, visuals, and easy exercises. Children learn to identify different sections of music, nuances in a melody and changes in rhythm-all by listening to songs by the world's most famous composers.

Explore the elements that build music; hear musical differences in endings, repetitions and variations; compare differences in the music you hear; link musical phrases in the proper order; see what you hear by matching the musical notation to the sound clip; learn the difference between 'same' and 'similar'; and grow from beginner to advanced, with three levels for each game. Easy tools let parents and teachers track progress and manage multiple players. An integrated help menu provides audio instructions for each game. Recommended for ages 5 and up.

With Hearing Music, children can experience music at the most basic level-before even picking up an instrument or learning to read. Morton Subotnick's series of interactive music games make it fun to play with the fundamentals of pitch, rhythm, and sounds of various instruments and styles of music. Children learn what it means to play a high or low; soft or loud; and fast or slow note-with lovable characters and detailed explanations to guide them along the way.

  • Learn by listening to songs by the some of world's most famous composers
  • Makes it fun to play with the fundamentals of pitch, rhythm, and sounds of various instruments and styles of music
  • Recommended for ages 5 and up
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