Teaching Music through Performance in Band - Volume 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
Resource Recording - Volume 3
Once again, the North Texas Wind Symphony performs 40 of the most significant works for band, grades 2 and 3, giving your band fine examples of top-notch musicality, and you a great source for conducting ideas. All pieces are analyzed in Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Volume 3.
Premier recordings of all 20 Grade 4 works
analyzed in Volume 3
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