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W74 - Teaching Band With Excellence

 (W74 - Teaching Band With)
Teaching Band with Excellence: A Comprehensive Curricular, Pedagogical, and Administrative Resource, by Bruce Pearson and Ryan Nowlin is a practical companion to any band method, Teaching Band with Excellence compiles effective teaching tools and valuable insight from the creators of Tradition of Excellence. The chapters are organized in four sections of focus:Curriculum Chapters in this section address the application of techniques and musicality for the concert band in general, including charts and graphics to illustrate and reinforce the concepts. Instruments This portion of the book covers each instrument in the band, acquainting the director with the basic mechanics, intonation tendencies, appropriate fingerings, and troubleshooting techniques for each instrument. Diagrams, musical examples, and photographs enhance the descriptive text and provide visual aids. Video lessons and further tools are also available in the Teaching Band with Excellence Interactive Teacher Studio.Administration A band director s job extends beyond the classroom, and this Administration section covers the paperwork, planning, promotion, and resources necessary for the development of a balanced member in educational and community networks. Customizable forms are available in the Teaching Band with Ex...

Teaching Band and Orchestra: Methods and Materials

 (Teaching Band and Orchestra: Methods and)
The ideal text for college instrumental students and an invaluable reference for practicing teachers, this book covers every critical area in the professional life of band and orchestra teachers at the beginning and secondary levels. Author Lynn G. Cooper shares the experience and knowledge he has gained from more than 40 years of teaching instrumental music and music education. This second edition is significantly expanded and updated, including major new sections on advocacy, technology, and the challenges of teaching middle school students. Also included are additional student assessment strategies, updated Suggested Band Literature Lists, and more examples of effective warm-up and technique-building literature for rehearsals. A plethora of forms, sample letters, charts, and lists of suggested literature round out this enlightening text. Sample course syllabi and additional supplemental resources are available online. 

On Teaching Band: Notes from Eddie Green

 (On Teaching Band: Notes from Eddie)
(Instructional). "There is only one Eddie Green and, without question, his name is permanently etched in band history." On Teaching Band includes: An extensive, insightful interview with Eddie Green on his early career and development of his teaching methods Comprehensive, step-by-step techniques for all aspects of beginning wind instruction Guidelines for organizing a band program Tips on resumes, interviews, and securing a position Practical advice on relationships with administrators, parents,and colleagues

Crowd Control: Classroom Management and Effective Teaching for Chorus, Band, and Orchestra

 (Crowd Control: Classroom Management and Effective Teaching for Chorus, Band, and)
Crowd Control 2nd edition is a nuts-and-bolts manual for teachers of middle and high school performance-based classes such as band, orchestra, and chorus. This practical 'how-to' guide shows teachers, pre-service or experienced, efficient ways to manage large performance-based classrooms. With wit and sage tried-and-true advice, Haugland provides a complete behavior plan as well as concrete ideas for addressing the National Standards, Common Core, assessment, advocacy, and ensemble team building, along with ways to form a professional network. Accessible and indispensable, Crowd Control will become a vital resource in every music teacher's library.

Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Vol. 1 (Second Edition) /G4484

 (Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Vol. 1 (Second Edition))
Newly revised and expanded Second Edition! By Larry Blocher, Eugene Migliaro Corporon, Ray Cramer, Tim Lautzenheiser, Edward S. Lisk, Richard Miles. Compiled and edited by Richard Miles. Freshly revised and completely rewritten, the landmark book that broke new ground now contains more theoretical, practical, and analytical insights than ever. This greatly expanded Second Edition takes full advantage of the experience gained from creating seven volumes devoted to all aspects of the band profession. This new edition provides band directors with the tools they need to help performers move beyond the printed page to musical awareness and understanding. Every chapter is updated to reflect the most recent developments in the wind band genre and community. Each enhanced Teacher Resource Guide provides practical, detailed reference to 100 of the best-known and foundational band compositions, Grades 2 6, and their composers. The chapters in Part I examine the same topics as the first edition, but the writing is both richer and deeper, thanks to the more than seventy additional years of combined experience. The expanded Teacher Resource Guides provide greater detail, more insight, and far more practical guidance for streamlining and energizing rehearsals. Each Teacher Resource Guide now a...

The Band Teacher's Percussion Guide: Insights into Playing and Teaching Percussion

 (The Band Teacher's Percussion Guide: Insights into Playing and Teaching)
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Teaching Music through Performance in Middle School Band

 (Teaching Music through Performance in Middle School)
Rarely has a published resource contained so much invaluable information specifically for middle school band directors.This much-needed volume fills a gap in the acclaimed Teaching Music through Performance series, providing critical information on creating an effective wind band program in Grades 6 through 8, from recruitment, rehearsal, repertoire, to concert.Chapters by leading middle school band directors focus on organization and administration (Gary Barton), developing proper instrumentation (Erin Cole), recruitment and retention (Chip De Stefano), technique (Charles R. Jackson), literature selection (Scott Tomlison), rehearsal (Marguerite Wilder), and a comprehensive listing of other resources (SusanTaylor).Central to this volume is the identification and analysis of 100 core works for middle school ensembles, organized by difficulty level, from middle school grade 1 to 3.5. A separate section is devoted entirely to analyzing marches, also organized by difficulty level. Together, these works make up core repertoire for middle school bands.As with other books in the Teaching Music through Performance series, each Teacher Resource Guide includes information about the composer, the work, historical perspectives, technical considerations, stylistic considerations, analysis of ...

Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Vol. 11

 (Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Vol.)
With the publication of Volume 11 of the landmark Teaching Music through Performance in Band series, this 1,144-page volume builds on a twenty-year tradition of providing essential and innovative information for wind band conductors.Like its predecessors, this volume includes Teacher Resource Guides for 100 significant works published for Grades 2 through 6, including works by Steven Bryant, Michael Daugherty, Julie Giroux, John Mackey, Dana Wilson, Philip Sparke, Jack Stamp, and many others.Each Teacher Resource Guide includes information about the composer, the work, historical perspectives, technical considerations, stylistic considerations, the musical elements of the work, a form and structure analysis, suggested listening, and additional references information designed to enhance the musicianship of any performance. Indexes to all 1100 works covered in this series round out this important volume. With the publication of Volume 11, the Teaching Music series continues to be a significant and indispensable resource for the wind band profession.

Teaching Music Through Performance in Band, Vol. 3

 (Teaching Music Through Performance in Band, Vol.)
This best-selling series has quickly become the indispensable resource for band directors searching for the best possible music (grades 2-6), analysis of that music, and insights from national leaders in the field on the most compelling issues facing band directors today. Following the warm reception of Volumes 1 and 2 in this series, Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Volume 3 continues to give band directors the information and ideas they need to make music come alive for their students. Chapters include Making Connections; by Larry Blocher, Silence and the Space of Time by Edward Lisk, Podium Personality by Ray Cramer, Emphasis on Form and Structure by Richard Miles, Fervor, Focus, Flow, and Feeling: Making an Emotional Connection& by Eugene Corporon, and The Band Director as a Leader by Tim Lautzenheiser. Volume 3 also contains 100 Teacher Resource Guides, with detailed analysis of important band compositions, grades 2-6.

On Teaching Band: Notes from Eddie Green

Teaching Band (On Teaching Band: Notes from Eddie)

Teaching Band and Orchestra : Methods and Materials

Teaching Band (Teaching Band and Orchestra : Methods and)

Strategies for Teaching Beginning and Intermediate Band

Teaching Band (Strategies for Teaching Beginning and Intermediate)

Teaching Band and Orchestra: Methods and Materials by Cooper, Lynn G.

Teaching Band (Teaching Band and Orchestra: Methods and Materials by Cooper, Lynn)

Teaching Music Through Performance in Band, Vol. 1

Teaching Band (Teaching Music Through Performance in Band, Vol.)

Teaching Band and Orchestra : Methods and Materials by Lynn G. Cooper (2004,...

Teaching Band (Teaching Band and Orchestra : Methods and Materials by Lynn G. Cooper)
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