Say It Loud!: A Celebration Of Black Music in America - Lesson 4
Young scholars choose a theme for a song. They compose a poem, and write music to go along with their poem. The instructor plays the musical accompaniment, and the class votes on the most appropriate rhythmic pattern.
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