Music for the church
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.
This landmark series provides band directors with access to 1000 Teacher Resource Guides on the best repertoire published.
A fascinating portrait of John P. Paynter, one of the true legends of the wind band world. A collaborative effort written by friends, colleagues, former students, and with guidance from the Paynter family.
Written by two veteran music educators, this indispensable book is for anyone who struggles in dealing with the hazards of the profession.
Authors Paul and Ann Kimpton outline how to use the Common Core State Standards to help students develop a higher level of understanding of musical skills and content.
Bolcom • Goto • Grantha • Mackey • Márquez • Navarro • Puckett • Wagner • Williams.
Alarcón • Biedenbender • Dzubay • George • Gould • Lindroth • Schwarz • Spittal
This amazing and practical book is the culmination of years of experience Bud Beyer developed while working with musicians from around the world and beginning with Northwestern's own legendary conductor, John Paynter.
The Audition Method for Clarinet is for aspiring and established clarinetists looking to win orchestral auditions. Clarinetists can use this book to preparing for an audition, including at the audition itself.
Set 1: Sousa, Vaughan Williams, Holst, Grainger
A set of four 24" x 36" full color posters for your music classroom.
SERIOUSLY?! is a must read for any music educator who ever stood in front of a group of kids and at some point thought..."Seriously?!"
In Music: From Skill to Art, author Bobby Adams makes a compelling case for musical interpretation above technique–and provides a road map for band directors and players hoping to develop and implement a better culture of musical expression.
Marching Along contains the amusing and insightful reflections of a world-class musician who charmed audiences around the globe for half a century yet also reveals the man�s humble nature as a simple lover of music.
Be sure to visit us at the GIA booth at the Midwest Band Clinic to browse through these great new resources!