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Teaching Music through Performance in Band - Volume 10

By Eugene M. Corporon

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Composed by Eugene M. Corporon, Ray Cramer, and Tim Lautzenheiser. Edited by Richard Miles. Teaching Music Through Performance. Music Education. Book (not sheet music). 1128 pages. GIA Publications #8876. Published by GIA Publications (GI.G-8876).

Item Number: GI.G-8876

ISBN 9781622771301. English.

By Larry Blocher, Eugene Migliaro Corporon, Ray Cramer, Tim Lautzenheiser, Edward S. Lisk, and Richard Miles. Compiled and edited by Richard Miles.

This landmark series provides band directors with access to 1,000 Teacher Resource Guides on the best repertoire published, 6 invaluable chapters by leaders of the wind band profession on a wide range of critical topics, and an unparalleled library of audiophile recordings.

Volume 10 continues the tradition: Teacher Resource Guides for 100 works, Grades 2 through 6. Every Teacher Resource Guide includes information about the composer, the work, historical perspectives, technical considerations, stylistic considerations, analysis of musical elements and form and structure, suggested listening references, and cross references to additional resources.

Part 1 of this volume features the chapters: "Context and Conviction" by Larry Blocher, "Enigma Variants in Search of Theme" by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, "Goals - A Relentless Pursuit Learning to Identify, Attain and Appreciate Achievement" by Ray Cramer, "It's About Time! The What, How and Why of Student Leadership" by Tim Lautzenheiser, "Complimentary Musical Skill Development" by Edward S. Lisk, and "Band - An ACADEMIC Ensemble through the Teaching of Comprehensive Musicianship" by Richard Miles.

Indexes to all 1,000 works covered in this series round out this volume.

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