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  1. Teaching Stars
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    My girls loved listening to Jim Weiss' audio on Handel. I followed it up with this video from the internet- http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xc6c4p_handel-wa

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  2. The girl who painted
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    @Teaching Stars. Thanks! I will check those out.

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  3. The girl who painted
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    @Teaching Stars, do you have a link for the Jim Weiss audio on Handel? Can't seem to find it.

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  4. bella
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    Julie Erica at confession of homeschooler made very nice composers lapbook xxx

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  5. My Boys' Teache
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    Thanks for posting these. We've been studying Bach for a few weeks also and there were a couple of things here I hadn't found. Kal-El progressed to the three Bach minuets that are in the Suzuki violin book so it was a natural time to do it. I'll be sure to direct everyone over here when I get around to posting about our Bach work. We love the cello suites the most. On YouTube you can find ALL of them being played by Rostropovich:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndCjqD2Kv2cAnd also by Yo-Yo Ma:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHzfD6XLK7QWe've always been big fans of the Rostropovich recording of these, but it is nice to not always play the same performer. Anyway, I can't BELIEVE these are up there in their entirety for free!

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  6. Teaching Stars
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    I apologize! My brain was thinking in two directions at once. The Handel CD I mentioned was actually a Maestro Classics one called "My Name Is Handel". (Jim Weiss was on my brain because of his Live storytelling hour last night. I've had it on my calendar all week to remind me to stream it with my girls.)

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  7. The girl who painted
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    @MBT, We love the cello suites too. Thanks for that link. I look forward to reading your blog post about the boys' Bach work. Your blog is always so inspirational:)

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