Habits of a Successful Choir Director presents effective teaching principles and provides a practical approach to everyday issues choir directors face. Building on the successful Habits series, Eric Wilkinson and Scott Rush have created a practical guide to all aspects of a successful choral program...
Now Innovation in the Ensemble Arts lays out the techniques of transformative renewal that enable music educators to lead individual ensemble members in the personal growth that fuels the ensemble’s contributions to the community. Sharp establishes a mindset that can lead to ongoing relevancy and create public value for today’s ensembles.
This important resource is the culmination of a lifelong dream of author Melissa M. Mills to share the wisdom of many of the most influential community children’s choir directors in North America, especially those responsible for pioneering and shaping this wonderful art form.
The growing interest in both community children’s choirs and choral conducting philosophy makes Working with Young Singers a timely and invaluable resource for all choral music educators.
Teaching Music through Performance
"This book is a must-read for all interested in teaching string orchestra at the K–12 level! Written by a seasoned
and exemplary teacher—it is chock full of great teaching ideas that will help you be successful in your classroom!
Buy it, read it, and keep it in your library—you will come back to it time and time again!".
A summary of the practice of music advocacy, this book compiles research and thirty years’ experience of one of the nation’s most successful advocates for music education. It gives music educators, administrators, school board members, and community advocates step-by-step procedures for saving and building school music programs.
John Mackey & 2 Wind Works