About GIA Music Education Resources

In 1941, GIA Publications offered its first music education resource as the Gregorian Institute of America, putting forth a 110-lesson home-study course in Gregorian chant. Though our focus has changed, our commitment to music education has grown exponentially.

Today, GIA is proud to be a preeminent publisher of music education resources including the work of James O. Froseth, Edwin E. Gordon, John Feierabend, Alice Parker, James Jordan, Barbara Conable, Christopher Azzara, and many other renowned music educators.

GIA publishes the best-selling Teaching Music through Performance series, the Habits of a Successful… series, First Steps in Music resources, as well as the acclaimed Walton Music catalog.