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Teaching Music Through Performance in Band, Vol. 5 - Book

Price: $53.55

Description
The latest volume in this bestselling resource continues the high standards of this indispensable resource for band directors. Chapters written by a team of nationally recognized band directors and teachers include "Why Music? Why Band?" by Tim Lautzenheiser; "The Mysterious World of In-Tune Playing" by Edward S. Lisk; "Live Your Dreams, Not Your Nightmares: An Opus for Life," by Ray Cramer; "Living Expressively Among the Symbols" by Eugene Corporon; "Some Reassembly Required," by Larry Blocher; and "Improving Performance through 'Sound' Seating" by Richard Miles. Like its companion volumes, this book includes extensive analysis of 100 works for band, grades 2 through 6. The top-flight wind band literature selected for this volume maintains, if not exceeds, the quality of the other volumes. Devotees of this series will not want to miss this latest installment.

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Publisher: GIA
Composer/Author: Miles, Richard
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Catalog Number: G6573
Pages: 912

 

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