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As music educators work to build their library, GIA is proud to offer selected individual Teacher Resource Guide Digital Bundles for Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Vol. 3 listed below. These Teacher Resource Guides, most bundled with corresponding audio file mp3 recordings, provide access to the best music and the best teaching resources, right when you need them!

Of course, nothing beats the Teaching Music through Performance in Band Books for browsing repertoire, informative front chapters, and comprehensive indexes. But for directors and conductors who just want that ONE piece, the Teacher Resource Guide Digital Bundles can be a life-saver!


Digital bundles are currently available for the following editions:

Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Vol. 3

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.

Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Vol. 4

With 992 pages full of band literature analysis and indispensable insights into some of the major issues facing band directors today, Volume 4 of the best-selling Teaching Music through Performance in Band series is the most extensive, exhaustive volume to date! With this book, conductors will have the tools they need to move students beyond the printed page toward musical awareness and understanding. Chapters-written by a team of nationally recognized band directors and teachers-include "Teaching for Moments That Matter" by Larry R. Blocher, "Making a Difference with Your Dash" by Ray E. Cramer, "Beyond the Page: Natural Laws of Musical Expression" by Edward S. Lisk, "Music's Hidden Message" by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, "Strategies for Teaching Music in the Rehearsal" by Richard Miles, and "The Selection and Development of Effective Student Leaders" by Tim Lautzenheiser.

Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Vol. 5

This third book in the best-selling Teaching Music through Performance in Band series is perhaps the most authoritative yet: 820 pages full of band literature analyses and indispensable insight on some of the major issues facing band directors today-written by a team of nationally recognized band directors and teachers. With this book, conductors will have the tools they need to move beyond the printed page toward musical awareness and understanding. Chapters include "Making Connections" by Larry R. Blocher, "Silence and the Space of Time" by Edward S. Lisk, "Podium Personality" by Ray Cramer, "Fervor, Focus, Flow, and Feeling: Making an Emotional Connection" by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, "Teaching Music with an Emphasis on Form and Structure" by Richard Miles, and "The Band Director as a Leader" by Tim Lautzenheiser.

Teaching Music through Performance in Band: Vol. 6

The best-selling Teaching Music through Performance in Band series continues to be the indispensable resource for band directors. Volume 6 continues the tradition: current perspectives on major issues in the field together with tools to help band directors identify and teach the best band works being published today.

Chapters written by a team of nationally recognized band directors and teachers include "Who Always Has the Melody Most of the Time?" by Larry Blocher, "Soundings: Developing Beautiful Tone" by Ray Cramer, with input from former students, "Making a Difference" by Edward S. Lisk, "Historical Highlights of the Wind Band to 1800: A Heritage and Lineage, Part One: Antiquity to Classical" by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, "The One Who Makes a Difference: Characteristics of Master Teachers" by Tim Lautzenheiser, and "Featuring Soloists with Ensembles" by Richard Miles.

Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Vol. 7

Volume 7 of the best-selling Teaching Music through Performance in Band series sets new standards as a comprehensive and indispensable resource for band directors. Containing current perspectives on the wind band world from internationally respected leaders, together with analysis of 100 significant works for band from Grades 2 through 6, this book gives band directors essential tools for success in the profession. This new volume features chapters on "Imagination and Creativity" by Edward S. Lisk, "The Cornerstones for Program Success" by Tim Lautzenheiser, "Historical Highlights of Wind Band: The French Revolution to the Present" by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, "Exploring Japanese Band Culture" by Ray Cramer, "Focus" by Larry R. Blocher, and "'Rehearsing' and 'Teaching'" by Richard Miles.

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