Each post in this series has links to biographies for each composer, free printables, lesson plans and ideas for composer study. There are even links to our favorite books and links to music channels so you can listen to your composer during school!
Let’s recap all of the great composers we have been posting about:
I hope you have been enjoying our Composer Study Series and have been inspired to pick one of these famous composers to study with your children this year!
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