Sound Innovations for Concert Band is a revolutionary new method that combines time-tested educational concepts, input from thousands of teachers, and advances in modern technology. Using solid pedagogy that follows state and national music education standards, the methods can be customized by teachers to use their own experiences in creating the best approach for their unique classroom. Sound Innovations is available in two versions: Standard Edition and the custom Director's Choice Edition. Visit www.alfred.com/soundinnovations for more information. This title is available in SmartMusic.
This volume contains three versions of C.P.E. Bach's Concerto in A Minor: for violoncello (Wq 170), for keyboard (Wq 26), and for flute (Wq 166). Each concerto is printed in full score, with a short introduction to the work.
Janet has been secretly in love with her millionaire boss, Paul. And when her boss was going through his divorce, he scheduled a trip to the Philippines to attend his three-year-old daughter's visa interview with the United States embassy in the Philippines. Paul took about a month to get himself ready for his trip. During his preparation, Janet gained the opportunity she had been looking for since she started working for him. At the same time that Paul and Janet established their sexual relationship, suicide bombers bombed Capitol Hill while the Senate was in session because of the most crucial issues, the immigration bill. The bombing left all the senators dead, forcing the president and the Supreme Court to run the nation. Janet wished that Paul would marry her and informed him so, but Paul said that his desire for polygamy would not allow him to get married. So Janet invited eight of her girlfriends-Vicky, Monica, Comfort, Judith, Sarah, Mary, Maggie, and Florence-to come over and spend the weekend with her and Paul, catering to Paul's whim of sleeping with multiple women. The relationship went from a week to a lifetime, as Paul kept the girls when they asked him to keep them. Monica then convinced Paul to invest in a charity by allowing them to operate orphanages around the world and adopt orphans in the name of their charity, which was Paul's Foundation. Paul granted them five million dollars and ten percent of five million every year thereafter to open and manage orphanages around the world. Paul also introduced them to his family, which included his socialite mother and his brother, the publisher of a major magazine. When the president declared the year a tax-free year for individuals and corporations due to the assassination of all the Senate members, Paul decided to sail in his boat for a five-day cruise. The nine girls decided to come with him and they sailed to Tijuana where they spent three nights and then took the train to Cancun. In Cancun they met Jose Enriquez, who was in charge of the Cancun social services ministry. They introduced their need run orphanages to Jose, who then assisted them in obtaining a property in Cancun for the purpose of establishing an orphanage. To develop the property, they left Mary and Maggie behind to work with Jose, building the orphanage and adopting the orphans into it. When the rest of them got back to Los Angeles, they sent Comfort, Judith, and Vicky out to Nigeria to consult with the authorities to run an orphanage in Nigeria. The day after they left for Nigeria, Paul, Monica, Florence, and Janet left for Manila, Philippines. In the Philippines they got the United States embassy, through the consular general, to issue Paul's daughter an entry visa into the United States, despite her TB. While in Philippines, they met with Billboard, a vocal group, and befriended the members. The group had three singing girls, whom Paul slept with while in Manila. And he brought them with them to Los Angeles, where he trained them to rock the world. The twelve girls lived with Paul in harmony, and they all had his children.
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