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

Catalog: G6573

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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.

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

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