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Teaching Instrumental Music

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by Meredith Music

Written by Shelley Jagow.

Developing the Complete Band Program. Meredith Music Resourse. With BOOK. 8.5x11 inches. 304 pages. Published by Meredith Music. (HL.00317167)

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This book is a unique resource for both novice and experienced band directors, gathering effective teaching tools from the best in the field. Includes more than 40 chapters on: curriculum, then and now of North American wind bands, the anatomy of music making, motivation, program organization and administrative leadership, and much more. A wonderful resource for all music educators! Dr. Jagow's book is comprehensive and impressive in scope. An excellent book! Bravo! - Frank L. Battisti, Conductor Emeritus, New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble

Songs Include:

  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • CHAPTER 10: DURATION
  • CHAPTER 11: TEACHING PULSE AND RHYTHMS
  • CHAPTER 12: TECHNIQUE, STYLE, AND ARTICULATION
  • CHAPTER 13: ON MUSICAL PHRASE
  • CHAPTER 14: ON INTERPRETATION
  • CHAPTER 15: ON TEACHING EMOTION TO YOUNG MUSICIANS
  • CHAPTER 16: SUGGESTIONS FOR ENCOURAGING THE HEART
  • CHAPTER 17: MARCH STYLE
  • CHAPTER 18: MOTIVATION FOR A NEW CENTURY
  • CHAPTER 19: INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION
  • CHAPTER 1: SCOPE AND SEQUENCE
  • CHAPTER 20: MOTIVATING FROM THE HEART
  • CHAPTER 21: 7 STEPS TO OPENING A MOTIVATIONAL BANK ACCOUNT WITH YOUR MUSIC PROGRAM
  • CHAPTER 22: WHAT MAKES A GREAT MOTIVATIONAL TEACHER?
  • CHAPTER 23: ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION
  • CHAPTER 24: REHEARSAL PLANS
  • CHAPTER 25: SELECTING REPERTOIRE
  • CHAPTER 26: REHEARSAL FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT
  • CHAPTER 27: CONCERT PROGRAMMING
  • CHAPTER 28: AUDITIONS AND INSTRUMENTAL SEATING
  • CHAPTER 29: RECRUITING AND RETENTION
  • CHAPTER 2: MUSIC CURRICULUM STANDARDS
  • CHAPTER 30: BUDGET AND PROGRAM FUNDING
  • CHAPTER 31: SUPPORT PERSONNEL
  • CHAPTER 32: ADVOCACY AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • CHAPTER 33: FESTIVALS, CAMPS AND WORKSHOPS
  • CHAPTER 34: ORGANIZATION AND TIME MANAGEMENT
  • CHAPTER 35: PRACTICING
  • CHAPTER 36: MUSIC COPYRIGHT
  • CHAPTER 37: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND DISCIPLINE
  • CHAPTER 39: P-1 PROFESSIONAL GROWTH
  • CHAPTER 3: TECHNOLODY'S ROLE IN MUSIC CURRICULUM
  • CHAPTER 40: P-2 PERSONAL GROWTH
  • CHAPTER 41: Q-1 INTELLIGENCE QUOTIENT
  • CHAPTER 42: Q-2 EMOTIONAL QUOTIENT
  • CHAPTER 43: NURTURING YOUR ENSEMBLE'S E.Q.
  • CHAPTER 4: SNAPSHOT OF THE PAST
  • CHAPTER 5: SNAPSHOT OF THE FUTURE
  • CHAPTER 6: TONE QUALITY
  • CHAPTER 7: BALANCE AND BLEND
  • CHAPTER 8: PITCH/INTONATION
  • CHAPTER 9: PULSE AND RHYTHM
  • FINAL THOUGHTS FROM THE AUTHOR
  • INDEX

 
 
 
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