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These are so awesome. I'm covering Middle Ages with my son next year, so I'll print these out! Thanks so much!
Ah, thank you so much, Mary, for the links & the notebooking pages! This is so timely for us right now! (Thank you, Lord, for Mary's generosity and Your perfect timing!)
Wonderful! Wish I had had this post when we studied the Middle Ages!
Thank you Mary. I just grabbed them. As much as we have studied Middle Ages this year, we have done very little about the music. That is one reason I love HS Moms. We all bring different perspectives to the learning!
Funny, we just went to Battle of the Nations her in Poland. Fun stuff.
This is really neat! Would you consider sharing this post at my href="http://www.livingandlearningathome.com">Trivium Tuesdays link-up?
Sorry, I messed up the HTML…the link is, http://www.livingandlearningathome.com/2012/05/trivium-tuesdays-classical-link-up-5.html
We're in the middle ages at the moment and have recently finished a study on Guido D'Arrezzo. These notepages will come in handy for our next few composers. Thank you so much for sharing them with us all!
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