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Music Learning Theory Series
Music Learning Theory is an explanation of how we learn when we learn music. Based on an extensive body of research and practical field testing by Edwin E. Gordon and others, this series focuses on the teaching of audiation, Gordon’s term for hearing music in the mind with understanding.
Teaching Music through Performance Series
This best-selling series has quickly become the indispensable resource for music educators searching for the best possible music at all levels. Each book includes analyses of select pieces and insights from national leaders in the field. Recordings by top ensembles make this series truly essential.
Written, researched, and compiled by scholars with a wealth of teaching and conducting experience, Teaching Music through Performance in Choir an indispensable resource that enables conductors and educators to move beyond the printed page toward full musical awareness.
This valuable guide offers words of wisdom from six successful orchestra teachers with more than 150 years of combined experience. Each writer gives practical advice on subjects ranging from producing well-rounded musicians, rehearsal suggestions, and preparing for festivals to selecting high-quality music.
Teaching Music through Performance in Jazz continues in the best tradition of the Teaching Music series, bringing together insights from top jazz educators and invaluable analysis of the best repertoire published for jazz ensembles of all skill levels. This book is the ideal tool for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the preeminent music for jazz ensembles by seminal jazz composers.
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