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Teaching Music through Performance Resources

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Volume 1 
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Chapters include “Focus” (Larry Blocher), “Our GPS for Success: It’s All about the Literature!” (Ray Cramer), “The Quantum Conductor” (Eugene Migliaro Corporon), “Assessment of Student Learning in Band” (Larry Blocher), “Units of the Teacher Resource Guide” (Richard Miles), “Building a Sound Rehearsal” (Edward S. Lisk), “Curricular Models Based on Literature Selection” (Richard Miles), and “The Essential Element to a Successful Band” (Tim Lautzenheiser).


Volume 2
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Chapters include "Teaching Music" by Larry Blocher, "The Rehearsal: Mastery of Music Fundamentals" by Edward S. Lisk, "Performing Music of Multi-Cultural Diversity" by Ray Cramer, "Teaching Music from a Historical Perspective" by Richard Miles, "Whole Brain Listening" by Eugene Corporon, "Composing Music that Educates" by Jack Stamp, and "Successful Music Advocacy" by Tim Lautzenheiser.


Volume 3
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Chapters include "Making Connections" by Larry Blocher, "Silence and the Space of Time" by Edward Lisk, "Podium Personality" by Ray Cramer, "Emphasis on Form and Structure" by Richard Miles, "Fervor, Focus, Flow, and Feeling: Making an Emotional Connection" by Eugene Corporon, and "The Band Director as a Leader" by Tim Lautzenheiser.


Volume 4
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Chapters include “Teaching for Moments That Matter” by Larry R. Blocher, “Making a Difference with Your Dash” by Ray E. Cramer, “Beyond the Page: Natural Laws of Musical Expression” by Edward S. Lisk, “Music’s Hidden Message” by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, “Strategies for Teaching Music in the Rehearsal” by Richard Miles, and “The Selection and Development of Effective Student Leaders” by Tim Lautzenheiser.


Volume 5
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Chapters include "Why Music? Why Band?" by Tim Lautzenheiser, "The Mysterious World on In-Tune Playing" by Edward S. Lisk, "Live Your Dreams, Not Your Nightmares: An Opus for Life" by Ray E. Cramer, "Living Expressively Among the Symbols" by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, "Some Reassembly Required" by Larry Blocher, and "Improving Performance through 'Sound' Seating" by Richard Miles.


Volume 6
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Chapters include “Who Always Has the Melody Most of the Time?” by Larry Blocher; “Soundings: Developing Beautiful Tone” by Ray Cramer, with input from former students; “Making a Difference” by Edward S. Lisk; “Historical Highlights of the Wind Band to 1800: A Heritage and Lineage, Part One: Antiquity to Classical” by Eugene Migliaro Corporon; “The One Who Makes a Difference: Characteristics of Master Teachers” by Tim Lautzenheiser; and “Featuring Soloists with Ensembles” by Richard Miles.


Volume 7
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Chapters include “Imagination and Creativity” by Edward S. Lisk, “The Cornerstones for Program Success” by Tim Lautzenheiser, “Historical Highlights of Wind Band: The French Revolution to the Present” by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, “Exploring Japanese Band Culture” by Ray Cramer, “Focus” by Larry R. Blocher, and “‘Rehearsing’ and ‘Teaching’” by Richard Miles.


Volume 8
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Chapters include “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.


Volume 9
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Chapters include Tim Lautzenheiser's “The Four Cornerstones of the Master Music Educator.” Ray Cramer focuses on “Flexibility: Bending Is Not Breaking.” Larry Blocher’s chapter, “Foundations,” pinpoints ways to create intentional learning opportunities for students. Eugene Migliaro Corporon balances leadership, work ethic, and decision-making in “Reflections on Conducting.” Edward S. Lisk outlines “Shaping Ensemble Sonority.” And Richard Miles delineates “Instrumentation: A ‘Sound’ Priority.”


Volume 10
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Chapters include “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.


Volume 11
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This volume includes Teacher Resource Guides for 100 significant works published for Grades 2 through 6, including works by Steven Bryant, Michael Daugherty, Julie Giroux, John Mackey, Dana Wilson, Philip Sparke, Jack Stamp, and many others


Volume 12
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Includes Teacher Resource Guides for 100 significant works published for Grades 2 through 6, including works by Frank Ticheli, John Mackey, Julie Giroux, Ola Gjeilo, Michael Daugherty, Zhou Tian, and many more.

Kristina Shanton

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Kristina Shanton
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Subjects: IC Library, Music