Practicing Sight Reading Year-Round with Your Band
Sight reading is a wonderful assessment of musical literacy, but it can take time for students to learn this skill. I have found that focusing time on sight reading each week has really paid off. First, the amount of preparation time for our formal concert literature has been reduced. Secondly, our performance quality has improved, providing a much deeper musical experience for the audience.
A New Sheet Music App Adds More Digital Options
Technology finds its way into every aspect of our lives, and if we harness it effectively, it can change things for the better. That was the mindset behind creating Pepper’s ePrint service, which allows you to print your own sheet music. It's also the idea behind our new ePrintGo app, which enables you to take your ePrint music anywhere on any device.
The Inside Voice: An Interview with Roger Emerson
When browsing the choral sheet music collections of any music educator, one might be struck by the wide range of styles and themes present as well as the myriad composers represented. One name stands out, not only for his prolific output, but also for his dedication to creating music that is accessible to young voices without sacrificing its integrity. That name is Roger Emerson.