The 5th International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education brought participants together from all over the world to compare each others' work, establish collaborations and professional networks, and
Can older singers learn new techniques to help them sing in a healthier way? This excellent book proves that the aging can improve their singing through the use of warm-ups and stronger vocal
The Advancing Violinist’s Handbook is the most thorough guide to practicing the violin available. It covers everything that you would expect to find in such a book, plus many things that
The Advancing Violist’s Handbook is the most thorough guide to practicing the viola available. It covers everything that you would expect to find in such a book, plus many things that other
Lynn Brinckmeyer draws on a lifetime of arts advocacy to provide answers to the questions so many teachers have but are afraid or simply too busy to ask. This is a simple, hands-on guidebook for
The book presents professional, college, community, and school band directors with an essential tool for discovering and selecting appropriate repertoire. Christopher M. Cicconi presents a wide-ranging
Bass Fingerings: Improve Your Left-Hand Game is a concise but thorough treatise and workbook on the many facets of devising fingerings for the bass. The book, primarily designed for intermediate
Baton Basics offers a unique approach to teaching conducting based upon the concept of conveying weight, resistance, and energy in order to communicate a better concept of musical sound to the musicians.
In music-instrument language, a bridge usually refers to the part of the violin that supports the strings and transfers its vibration to the instrument's body. It conducts the sound as well as the music
Cello Fingerings: Improve Your Left-Hand Game is a concise but thorough treatise and workbook on the many facets of devising fingerings for the cello. The book, primarily designed for intermediate
This text is an extension and expansion of Guide to Score Study and examines the various paths conductors follow in arriving at an interpretation. The author emphasizes the importance of the
This milestone volume collects twenty years of contributions this acclaimed educator has provided for this iconic series. His keen knowledge of the concepts, methodology, and instructional techniques
For twenty years this renowned conductor, recording artist, and music educator has shown generations of band directors not only how to transform the performance of individual ensemble members and the sound
The second edition of the first volume of this series provides band directors with a ready-made curriculum developed to incorporate comprehensive-musicianship training for the works, Overture for
The second edition of volume two of this series provides band directors with a ready-made curriculum developed to incorporate comprehensive-musicianship training through quality band literature. Second
This continuation of the series provides band directors with a ready-made curriculum developed to incorporate comprehensive-musicianship training through quality band literature. This volume features
Rich with practical strategies for developing a successful orchestra program, this book will inspire young and veteran orchestra directors looking for fresh ideas about teaching orchestra students of all
Here is an excellent resource - and a great read - for choral directors who want to build emotional expression in their vocal ensembles. Not only for a capella groups, but for all vocal ensembles regardless
Designed for the ensemble conductor who needs a quick-help guide to teach percussion, this book will provide all the tools necessary to effectively guide a young percussion section. The world of percussion
Author Brent Gault approaches listening instruction by actively using other musical behaviors (singing, moving, chanting, creating) and aural, visual, and kinesthetic learning modes. This in turn becomes a
One of the most thorough reference books available that addresses what may be the most important topic in music education today. This text provides extensive information and an effective summary of the
The Music of Teaching focuses on an ephemeral attribute all teachers need but few consider: perception. This includes the ability to trust both students' natural development and the learning process itself
This book explores the essential yet profoundly diverse role congregational song plays across cultures and denominations. Hawn calls all who lead worship to consider the variety and wealth of
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