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
Need to adapt an SATB work for your small SAB choir? Have sopranos who can’t sing divisi…but know a great trumpet player who is happy to help out? Need to simplify a viola part for a beginner?
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
Whether you are an Orff teacher looking to augment your teaching with quality extensions or you are a First Steps in Music teacher wishing to connect to the best of Orff, this book is written for
Habits of a Successful Choir Director presents effective teaching principles and provides a practical approach to everyday issues that choir directors face. Building on the successful Habits of
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
Innovation in the Ensemble Arts caps a trilogy of volumes that delves into the the building blocks necessary for a vibrant, growing music organization. The other two volumes are Mentoring in
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
This landmark work edited by Kerchner Strand brings together 18 nationally recognized teachers to offer a pioneering and practical answer to one of the great music education mysteries: how to effectively
Ray Cramer's contributions to this valuable series are just some of the many ways he has helped to advance the art of band music and performance. His ten chapters from this series are collected in this one
This collection of newspaper articles, letters, and interviews by Sousa and his contemporaries gives us a greater understanding of this iconic figure in American music. While shown to be opinionated and
This book is the companion resource to Boosters to the Rescue! which provides ready-to-use Word, Excel, and PDF files to help booster clubs set and achieve a long-term vision for their
Does your student have unexplained arm pain when playing violin? Does a beginner in your band complain of a sore neck and shortness of breath when playing clarinet? Or does your piano student complain of
The long-awaited release of the next installment of this invaluable series continues the tradition of essential insights from leading choral directors along with resource guides to the very best choral
For thirty-five years, this nationally recognized advocate for the importance of leadership development and music education has inspired thousands through his insightful workshops and lectures. And for
The iTheatrics Method is the first textbook specifically devoted to building high-quality and sustainable musical theatre programs in schools and community settings. This book is the culmination of
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