Designed for the "musicianship" portion of the freshman-sophomore music theory sequence, Benjamin/Horvit/Koozin/Nelson's MUSIC FOR SIGHT SINGING, Seventh Edition, presents music that is challenging without overwhelming young musicians. With over 1,400 melodies, rhythms and vocal ensemble pieces, it combines a carefully graded sequence of newly composed musical examples with selections from music literature. It includes early music, Classical and Romantic music, works by contemporary composers and female composers, representations of international cultures, popular music, Broadway, jazz and more. Drawing on their extensive experience as composers and music theorists, the authors deliver a comprehensive approach for sight singing to complement the full aural skills and music theory curriculum. Broad breadth of coverage and thoughtful organization provide for well-rounded skill development.