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The Language of Music Revealed (A Real Easy Way for Anyone to Learn to Read and Write Music)
Barry A. Kolman - Universal Publishers, Inc.

There are millions of self-taught musicians in this world. Some can't read a stitch of music and can only play by ear. If this describes you and you want to learn how to read and write music in a step-by-step,... view details

Majoring in Education (All the Stuff You Need to Know)
Lemuel W. Watson & Rich Holly - Meredith Music Publications

From advising to clinical experiences to personal relationships to coursework, life as an education student is both exhilarating and consuming.  This book highlights the major components for survival and... view details

Making Music Cooperatively
Carol Huffman - GIA Publications

Incorporate both cooperative learning and active music making into your music classroom with this educational resource! When cooperative learning is set in place, the students become teachers of other... view details

Making Musical Meaning (Unlocking the Value of Music Education in the Age of Innovation)
Elizabeth Sokolowski - GIA Publications

This book serves as an important bridge between passion and practical implementation of music learning in the classroom.  Topics covered include rigor and relevance, a professional framework for teaching,... view details

Music Copyright Law
David J. Moser & Cheryl L. Slay - Course Technology

Gain an in-depth understanding of a topic vital to the success of anyone in the music industry with "Music Copyright Law."  From songwriters and performers to managers, producers, and agents, everyone is... view details

The Musician's Toolbox (Thoughts on Teaching and Learning Music)
Diane Petrella & Nick Petrella - Alfred Music Publishing

The Musician's Toolbox is an easy to read collection of motivational and inspirational ideas for musicians of all experience levels.  It covers a broad range of topics on teaching, learning, performing, health... view details

Orchestration: A New Approach, Vol. 1
Norman Ludwin - Ludwin Music

Learning orchestration can be a daunting task.  For example: what is the range of the bassoon, how do strings decide which way their bows will move, what does transposition in F mean, and a whole host of other... view details

Practice Personalities: What's Your Type?
Thornton Cline - Hal Leonard Corporation

Teaching is one of the greatest responsibilities in society.  It's an art form that requires craft, patience, creativity, and intelligence.  "Practice Personalities: What's Your Type?" will help teachers,... view details

The Practice of Assessment in Music Education
Timothy Brophy - GIA Publications

Can assessing student music learning in the classroom improve music teaching and learning?  The answer is a resounding "Yes!" according to 163 assessment scholars, researchers, music administrators, students,... view details

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Music Assessment Across Cultures and Continents (The Culture of Shared Practice)
Tim Brophy - GIA Publications

What are the purposes of music education assessment?  What are the best strategies and techniques?  How does assessment improve music teaching and learning?  What are the shared research priorities for music... view details

So You Want To Be a Music Major (A Guide for High School Students, Their Guidance Counselors, Parents and Music Teachers)
Robert Franzblau - Meredith Music Publications

This book details the fundamental knowledge, skills, and attitudes that prospective music majors need in order to make a successful transition from high school to college . Specific exercises are offered,... view details

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Tanglewood II: Summoning the Future of Music Education
Anthony Palmer & Andre de Quadros - GIA Publications

A team of leaders in the music education profession gathered a series of events over two years, a worthy successor of the famous Tanglewood symposium of 1967. This remarkable book is the culmination of their... view details

Teaching Music Through Composition (A Curriculum Using Technology)
Barbara Freedman - Oxford University Press

This books offers a practical, fully multimedia curriculum designed to teach basic musical concepts through the creative process of music composition.  Music educator Barbara Freedman presents classroom-tested... view details

Using Technology to Unlock Musical Creativity
Scott Watson - Oxford University Press

It has never been easier or more fun for students to compose, improvise, arrange, and produce music and music-related projects than with today's technology.  Written in a practical, accessible manner, "Using... view details

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Winning Over Your Toughest Music Class
Ben Stiefel - Ben Stiefel

Join a twenty-year veteran of the New York City Public School system as he shares his proven techniques designed to empower the general music teacher to win the daily war against his fiercest opponent:... view details

Women Music Educators in The United States (A History)
Sondra Wieland Howe - Scarecrow Press, Inc.

In Women Music Educators in the United States: A History, Sondra Wieland Howe provides a comprehensive narrative of women teaching music in the United States from colonial days until the end of the twentieth... view details

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