Source:GIA Publications,, Chicago, United States, p.volumes : (2001)
Keywords:(OCoLC)fst01047286, (OCoLC)fst01047290, (OCoLC)fst01107642, Analysis, appreciation., fast, Instruction and study., orchestra, Orchestral music, School music
Principally annotated lists of orchestral works organized by grade of difficulty ("Teacher resource guides").Vol. 2 compiled and edited by David Littrell.[Vol. 1] issued without volume numbering.Includes bibliographical references and indexes.v. 1: Part I. The teaching of music. Building well-rounded orchestral musicians in a performance setting / by Jacquelyn Dillon ; But what about the sound? Toward greater musical integrity in the orchestra program / by James Kjelland ; Selecting music for your orchestra / by Robert Gillespie ; Teaching "traditional" contemporary music in school orchestra programs : let's not be too polite / by Louis Bergonzi ; The impact of the national standards on music performance / by Dorothy Straub ; Preparing your orchestra for festival / by Michael Allen -- Part II. Teacher resource guides. Grade one ; Grade two ; Grade three ; Grade four ; Grade five ; Grade six.v. 2: Part I. The teaching of music. A pedagogical model for beginning string class instruction : revisited / by Michael L. Allen ; "Whadya get?" : evaluation, recognition, motivation, competition and school orchestra programs / by Louis Bergonzi ; Playing in tune : a number one priority! / by Jacquelyn Dillon ; Repertoire-based warm ups / by Robert Gillespie ; Building musicianship in the orchestra rehearsal / by James Kjelland ; Assessment : it's a good thing for orchestra / by Dorothy A. Straub -- Part II. Teacher resource guides. Grade one ; Grade two ; Grade three ; Grade four ; Grade five ; Grade six.v. 3: Part I. The teaching of music. Playing beyond the score : thoughts on teaching effective musicianship / by Jacquelyn Dillon ; World music in orchestral and string education : understanding reggae-sprinkled "twinkle" / by Louis Bergonzi ; End-of-year massed concerts / by Michael L. Allen ; Checkpoints for self-evaluation : creating a self-help program to become the best string teacher you can be / by Robert Gillespie ; Solving the mysteries of the string bass / by Dorothy A. Straub ; Taming the rushin' sailor's dance : using bowing principles to your musical advantage / by James Kjelland -- Part II. Teacher resource guides. Grade one ; Grade two ; Grade three ; Grade four ; Grade five ; Grade six.v. 4: Part I. The teaching of music. Selecting and teaching concert music / Christopher Selby ; Preparing for the podium / James Mick ; Begin with the score: making notation come alive / Mark Laycock ; From poof to portato: a sequence of bow for the heterogeneous class / Brenda Brenner ; NRB: notes, rhythm, and bow systematic ways of providing technique in the orchestra classroom / Soo Han ; Bowing styles for the ages: what are they? how do they sound? when do I use them? how do I get my school orchestra to play them? / Robert Gillespie ; If only we had more rehearsal time! Strategies for optimizing rehearsal efficiency and performance preparedness that have nothing to do with conducting / James Woomert -- Part II. Teacher resource guides. Grade one ; Grade two ; Grade three ; Grade four ; Grade five ; Grade six.Michigan State University Symphony Orchestra ; Leon Gregorian, conductor.
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