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Abbs, B.; Jones, T. (1977). Cloudsongs. Harlow: Longman

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Attwood, T.; Farmer, P. (1978). Pop workbook. London: E. Arnold

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Balkin, A. (2009).Tune up to literacy: Original songs and activities for kids. Chicago: American Library Association.

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Bamberger, Jeanne. (1991). The mind behind musical ear: how children develop musical intelligence.
Cambridge (Massachusetts): Harvard University Press.

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Bareither, T. M. (2007). Tongue twisters, rhymes, and songs to improve your English pronunciation.
Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse.

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Beall, P.; Nipp, S. H. (1979). Wee sing. Los Angeles: Price Stern Sloan

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Berman, M. (2005). A multiple intelligences road to an ELT classroom.
Carmaethen: Crown House Publishing.

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Biederstädt, W. (1987).Songs of our time. Stuttgart: Klett.

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Bill, James William. (2004).Teaching Spanish through song: a guide for teachers in the foreign language classroom. California State University.

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Bludau, M. (1981). Pop-Texts and analysis. Dortmund: Lensing

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Bostock, P. (1972). Dialogues and songs. Walton-on-Thames: Nelson

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Brant, L.; Harvey, T. (2001). Choosing and using music in training.
Aldershot, Hants, England: Gower.

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Britsch, B. M.; Dennison-Tansey, A. (1995). One voice: Using music and stories in the classroom.
Englewood, Colo: Teacher Ideas Press

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Buket Saglam E., Naci Kayaoglu M., Mathews Aydinli J (2010), Music, Language and Second Language Acquisition. LAP LAMBERT Academic, Publishing GmbH & Co. KG

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Byrne, J.; Waugh, A. (1982). Jingle Bells and other songs. Oxford: University Press

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Campbell, D. G. (1997). The Mozart effect: Tapping the power of music to heal the body, strengthen the mind, and unlock the creative spirit. New York: Avon Books.

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Campbell, P. S. (1998). Songs in their heads: Music and its meaning in children's lives.
New York: Oxford University Press.Carrier, M.; Evans, C. (1981).
The Pop Industry. London: Cassel
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Carrier, M.; Evans, C. (1981). The Pop Industry. London: Cassell.

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Case, D. et al. (1976). Singlish: A graded series of English teaching songs. London: BBC English by Radio & TV.

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Coreil, C. (2003). The Journal of the Imagination in Language Learning and Teaching. Jersey City State Coll.

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Cranmer, D. and C. Laroy. (1992). Musical Openings: Using music in the language classroom.
Essex: Addison Wesley Longman Limited.

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Dakin, J. (1967).Songs and rhymes for the teaching of English. London:
Longman.

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Dethier, B. (2003). From Dylan to Donne: Bridging English and music.
Portsmouth: Boynton-Cook.

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Dougill, J. (1989). Rock classics. London: Macmillan.

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European Commission, Education and Culture Culture and Communication Multilingualism Policy. Final Report of the EAC 89/04, Lot 1study

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Graham, C. (1986).Small talk: More jazz chants. New York: Oxford University Press

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Graham, C. (1988). Jazz chant: Fairy tales. New York: Oxford University Press

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Graham, C. (1992). Singing, Chanting, Telling Tales: Arts in the Language Classroom. New Jersey: Prentice Halls.

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Grenough, M. (1993).Sing it!: Learn English through song. New York: McGraw-Hill.

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Grünert, R. (2010).Teaching English through songs. München: GRIN Verlag GmbH

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Hancock, M. (1998). Singing Grammar: Teaching grammar through songs.
United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

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Hansen, D.; Bernstorf, E. D.; Stuber, G. M.; MENC, the National Association for Music Education (U.S.). (2007).The music and literacy connection. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield Education

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Harding, T. (2004). That's English!: Learning English through songs featuring Little Tracy and the Communicators. Stafford: Network Educational Press.

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Katz, S. A.; Thomas, J. A. (2004).The word in play: Language, music, and movement in the classroom. Baltimore: P.H. Brookes Pub.

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Kind, U. (2003).Tune in to English: Learning English through familiar melodies ; Singling and LingoRap. McHenry, Ill: Delta Pub.

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Knight, M.; Ridout, R. (1979). Evans graded verse: Songs, rhymes and poems for students of English. London: Evans.

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López Maestre, M. D. (1995). English through songs and their cultural background Workbook 6. [Student's book]. Murcia.

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Maconie, R. (2002). The Second Sense: Language, Music, and Hearing. The Scarecrow Press, Inc.

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McConochie, J. A.; Osman, A. H. (1993). If you feel like singing. New York: English Language Programs Division, Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, United States Information Agency.

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McFerran, K; Wigram, T. (2010). Methods and techniques for clinicians, educators and students.
Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

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Merdinger, P.; Rosenfeld, J. (1984). Even if you can't carry a tune: Grammar through popular songs.
Rowley, Mass: Newbury House.

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Murphey, T. (1990). Song and music in language learning: An analysis of pop song lyrics and the use of song and music in teaching English to speakers of other languages. Bern: P. Lang

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Murphey, T. (1992). Music and Song. Oxford. Oxford University Press

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Opie, I. A.; Opie, P. (1985). The singing game. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Paterson, A. and J. Willis. (2008). English Through Music. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Peterson, E. M. (2006). Inspired by listening. Hampton Falls, N.H: Yeogirl.

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Puchta, H., Gemgross, G., Holzmann, C., Devitt, M. (2012). Grammar Songs & Raps. Helbling Languages.

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Rubin, J.; Merrion, M. (2011). Creative Drama and Music Methods: Activities for the Classroom.
Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

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Smith K. (2010). Learn French Through Music. Internet. Music Groups The Donohue Group Inc.

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Sporborg, J. D. (1998). Music in every classroom: A resource guide for integrating music across the curriculum, grades K-8. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, Inc.

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Sposet B. A (2008). The Role of Music In Second Language Acquisition: A Bibliographical Review of Seventy Years of Research, 1937-2007. E. Mellen Press.

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Tarassevita, A. (2010). The Beatles' Songs in Teaching English. Lambert Academic Publishing.

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Tejada, J. J., Jorquera, M. C. (2003). Ars canora: Canciones y cánones para la educación musical y la didáctica de lenguas extranjeras. Logroño: Universidad de La Rioja, Servicio de Publicaciones.

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Tomalin, B. (1977). Songs alive: English through traditional songs. London: British Broadcasting Corp.

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Wilson, K. (1972).Mister Monday and other songs for the teaching of English. Harlow: Longman.

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Wilson, K. (1979). My friend Jack: New songs for English. Bielefeld: Cornelsen-Velhagen & Klasing.

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Yarrow, P.; Widener, T.; Yarrow, B. (1988). Let's sing together!. Tokyo: kyobundo.

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Zaraysky S. (2009). Language Is Music: 64 Fun & Easy Tips to Learn Foreign Languages Fast.
Cupertino, CA, USA. Kaleidomundi.

 
 
 
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