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Teaching Music through Performance in Band - Volume 8

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. Teacher resource guide. 1276 pages. GIA Publications #7926. Published by GIA Publications (GI.G-7926).

Item Number: GI.G-7926

ISBN 9781579998196. English.

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

This installment in the landmark Teaching Music through Performance in Band series continues to set new standards as the indispensable resource for band directors.

This volume contains 1276 pages of Teacher Resource Guides to current wind band literature, Grades 2 through 6, thought-provoking and inspiring chapters by leaders in the profession, and a comprehensive set of indexes to more than 800 works.

This volume features chapters on "The Roads to Inspired Teaching: Ingenuity, Insight, Integrity, and Inspiration" by Ray Cramer, "The Energy of Musical Thought" by Edward S. Lisk, "What Are You Working on Now" by Larry Blocher, "Principles for Achievement, Enhancing Musicianship, and Valued Colleagues" by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, and "The Affective Domain of Band Directing: Developing Quality Habits of Highly Successful Music Educators," by Tim Lautzenheiser.

Of special interest is a comprehensive look at concert programming developed by Richard Miles with assistance from dozens of band directors from across the United States, Brazil, England, and Spain. And with companion recordings available separately, this book is truly a milestone in music education publishing.

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