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    Title
    Teaching music through performance in orchestra
    Author
    Littrell, David Ault, 1949- editor.

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    Title:
    Teaching music through performance in orchestra / compiled and edited by David Littrell and Laura Reed Racin ; [contributions by] Michael Allen, Louis Bergonzi, Jacquelyn Dillon, Robert Gillespie, James Kjelland, Dorothy Straub.
    Publication info:
    Chicago : GIA Publications, Inc., ©2001-
    Physical description:
    volume : music ; 26 cm
    Content type:
    text
    Medium:
    unmediated
    Format:
    volume
    General Note:
    Principally annotated lists of orchestral works organized by grade of difficulty ("Teacher resource guides").
    General Note:
    Volume 2 compiled and edited by David Littrell.
    General Note:
    Volume 1 issued without volume numbering.
    Bibliography note:
    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
    Contents:
    volume 2 ptart 1. The teaching of music. A pedagogical model for beginning string class instruction, revisited / Michael L. Allen ; "Whadya get?": evaluation, recognition, motivation, competition and school orchestra programs / Louis Bergonzi ; Playing in tune: a number one priority! / Jacquelyn Dillon ; Repertoire-based warm ups / Robert Gillespie ; Building musicianship in the orchestra rehearsal / James Kjelland ; Assessment: it's a good thing for orchestra / Dorothy A. Straub -- part 2. Teacher resource guides.
    Contents:
    volume 3. ptart 1. The teaching of music. Playing beyond the score: thoughts on teaching effective musicianship / by Jacquelyn Dillon -- World music in orchestral and string education: understanding reggae-sprinkled "twinkle" / by Louis Bergonzi -- End-of-year massed concerts / by Michael L. Allen -- Checkpoints for self-evaluation: creating a self-help program to become the best string teacher you can be / by Robert Gillespie -- Solving the mysteries of the string bass / by Dorothy A. Straub -- Taming the rushin' sailor's dance: using bowing principles to your musical advantage / by James Kjelland -- ptart 2. Teacher esource guides.
    Cast:
    Michigan State University Symphony Orchestra ; Leon Gregorian, conductor.
    Subject term:
    Orchestral music--Analysis, appreciation.
    Subject term:
    Orchestra--Instruction and study.
    Subject term:
    School music--Instruction and study.
    Added author:
    Littrell, David Ault, 1949- editor.
    Added author:
    Racin, Laura Reed, editor.
    Added author:
    Allen, Michael, 1954- contributor.
    Added author:
    Bergonzi, Louis, 1957- contributor.
    Added author:
    Dillon-Krass, Jacquelyn contributor.
    Added author:
    Gillespie, Robert, 1951- contributor.
    Added author:
    Kjelland, James contributor.
    Added author:
    Straub, Dorothy A., contributor.
    ISBN:
    1579991505 (volume 1)
    ISBN:
    9781579991500 (volume )
    ISBN:
    1579992773 (volume 2)
    ISBN:
    9781579992774 (volume 2)
    ISBN:
    1579996868 (volume 3)
    ISBN:
    9781579996864 (volume 3)

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      MT 125 .T423 L57 2001 vol.1 1 Book Music & Dance - Fourth Floor North
      MT 125 .T423 L57 2001 vol.2 1 Book Music & Dance - Fourth Floor North
      MT 125 .T423 L57 2001 vol.3 1 Book Music & Dance - Fourth Floor North
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      MT 125 .T423 L57 2001 vol.1 1 Americana Not cataloged - Place hold or ask at a help desk
      MT 125 .T423 L57 2001 vol.2 1 Americana Not cataloged - Place hold or ask at a help desk
      MT 125 .T423 L57 2001 vol.3 1 Americana Not cataloged - Place hold or ask at a help desk
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