This book is meant to assist teachers who wish to introduce their students to creative composition but have limited lesson time available and feel the need for some direction in starting and continuing the process successfully.
Author: Carol Klose
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
(Educational Piano Library). This book is meant to assist teachers who wish to introduce their students to creative composition but have limited lesson time available and feel the need for some direction in starting and continuing the process successfully. The process involves devoting as little as five minutes of lesson time to composition, but at every lesson over a period of, for example, six to eight weeks. Suggestions in the concise Lesson Plans help bring about gradual changes or improvements from week to week that are enough to keep the piece developing, and, more importantly, to keep the student immersed and motivated in the process.
Verbal Instructions in Instrumental Rehearsals: A Comparison of Three Career
Levels and Preservice Teachers. Journal of ... Van Nuys, CA: Alfred Music
Publishing, Inc. Jung, C. G. (1972). ... Piano Teacher's Guide to Creative
Author: Pamela Pike
Dynamic Group-Piano Teaching provides future teachers of group piano with an extensive framework of concepts upon which effective and dynamic teaching strategies can be explored and developed. Within fifteen chapters, it encompasses learning theory, group process, and group dynamics within the context of group-piano instruction. This book encourages teachers to transfer learning and group dynamics theory into classroom practice. As a piano pedagogy textbook, supplement for pedagogy classes, or resource for graduate teaching assistants and professional piano teachers, the book examines learning theory, student needs, assessment, and specific issues for the group-piano instructor.
Teachers' beliefs regarding composition in elementary general music: Definitions
, values, and impediments. ... Survey of Indiana music teachers on using
composition in the classroom. Journal ... Piano teacher's guide to creative
Author: Gordon, Richard Keith
Publisher: IGI Global
Music and arts education have a long-standing orientation of seeking a practice where everyone interacts and communicates in, and through artistic activities. However, an overspecialized and professionalized stance in arts education diminishes the spirit of playing music together, and leaves little room for creativity during teaching and learning activities. In order to gain a richer and deeper knowledge of music and the arts, interaction and the meaning of creative and humanely kyosei interactions between and among individuals, groups, and institutions must be emphasized. Cases on Kyosei Practice in Music Education is an essential reference source that discusses the meaning and significance of music making as a human and social practice, as well as reflecting creative inquiry into practical aspects of music and arts teaching. Featuring research on topics such as multicultural music, community music, and sociological perspectives, this book is ideally designed for P-12 educators, pre-service and in-service teachers, administrators, principles, music instructors, administrators, caregivers, and researchers.
Whether it be business practices such as payment plans, taxes, and marketing, or teaching tips involving technique, composition, or sight reading, this all-inclusive manual has it all!
Author: Beth Gigante Klingenstein
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
(Educational Piano Library). This handy and thorough guide is designed to help the independent piano teacher in all aspects of running his/her own studio. Whether it be business practices such as payment plans, taxes, and marketing, or teaching tips involving technique, composition, or sight reading, this all-inclusive manual has it all! Topics include: Developing and Maintaining a Professional Studio, Finances, Establishing Lessons, Studio Recitals, Tuition and Payment Plans, Composition and Improvisation, Marketing, Communications with Parents, Make-up Policies, Zoning and Business Licenses, Teaching Materials and Learning Styles, The Art of Practice, Arts Funding, and many more!
PIANO & KEYBOARD Un By Sandra Bowen MUSICACE2 Rush MUSKACE2
MUSICACE2 or months piano teachers everywhere have been checking their
mailboxes ... It stretches to include sight - reading , performing and echoing ,
composition , and even a little music appreciation . ... Music Doodle Pad , " a
creative composition program , is included with Music Ace 2 . The studio and
school versions include a Teacher ' s Guide with activities and reproducible black
- line masters .
Category: Keyboard instruments
THE PIANO LESSONS BOOK by Neil Miller provides the essential information required to excel at playing the piano: what you should be learning in piano lessons so you can play to your full potential.
Author: Neil Miller
Publisher: THE PIANO LESSONS BOOK
THE PIANO LESSONS BOOK by Neil Miller provides the essential information required to excel at playing the piano: what you should be learning in piano lessons so you can play to your full potential.It is the piano student's guide for getting the most out of practicing, lessons, your teacher and yourself. Whether your preferences are towards classical, jazz or popular music, THE PIANO LESSONS BOOK will show you organized practicing methods that take the mystery out of music, revealing how music is put together and easing the challenges of piano playing.THE PIANO LESSONS BOOK combines Neil Miller's creative teaching techniques and experiences with practicing and performing, comprehensively covering topics extremely useful to anyone taking or planning to take lessons.In THE PIANO LESSONS BOOK, Neil Miller recounts relevant personal incidents and informative historical accounts, to enlighten and entertain. Hundreds of illustrations and musical examples enhance the explanations.
This book contains explorative activities in listening, composing and performing for the creative teacher who wishes to either introduce or expand composition in the music class.
Author: Adriana Janse van Rensburg
This book contains explorative activities in listening, composing and performing for the creative teacher who wishes to either introduce or expand composition in the music class. It is a graded course ranging from the simplest of rhythmic and pitch activities to more advanced work on triads, four-part writing and 20th century techniques. Each chapter contains extended lesson ideas that provide background, explorative ideas to inspire and inform the young composer, and directions for composing. Exploration engages the imagination and inspires critical thinking, speculation, and the creative process. This is also a multimedia course that uses keyboards, instruments, video, recording devices, computers, notation software and other media. It is aimed at encouraging student interactivity with various media. It is also a multi-arts course as visual, dramatic and language arts are included where applicable. The course includes music from various cultures and this multi-cultural approach allows students to develop a deeper understanding of various tone systems, instruments and musical approaches used across the world. Assignments focus on structured creativity which guides students to symbolize sound through guided composition activities, thus enabling students to acquire a musical literacy. This composition course is neither a theory nor a harmony method, but rather a composition skill and knowledge builder. Teachers may supplement composition assignments with more detailed theory and harmony if necessary. This course is aimed at the acquisition of standard notation skills. In addition there is an introduction to the use of improvisation, electronic media and twentieth-century techniques employing graphic notation. The first composition assignments begin with simple four measure phrases. The assignments become more challenging as the course progresses. Compositions need not be enormous works of many pages. Indeed, shorter compositions which accurately demonstrate a compositional device will be far more worthwhile and less daunting to the beginner composer. Any of the composition assignments can be expanded if necessary. Even the simplest four measure structure can be expanded to a lengthy composition by using the devices learned in the module. Teachers should engage students through and anticipatory explorative set at the start of composition activities with suitable listening, visual, kinesthetic and explorative activities. Exploration engages the imagination and inspires critical thinking, speculation and the creative process. Suggestions have been included where applicable. Listening suggestions include more well-know works easily accessible in the media. A wide variety of musical styles is addressed and explored in this course. Teachers should use discretion, not all assignments would be suitable for your particular group. However, by exploring many musical styles e.g. jazz, African music, modes, Boogies, etc. the idea remains that Composing and creative activities are for skill building and application; Knowledge regarding various musical styles and cultures should be gained through active, creative exploration; Various styles and compositional techniques should be learned, not to stereotype student compositions, but to broaden the young musician's scope and horizons. Photocopiable material is included.
CREATIVE MUSIC An important question that all piano teachers ought to
consider in connection with their work is this : " Should music ... Most pupils
belong in the “ interpreter ” class ; only one out of a hundred will ever do much
Author: Julia Broughton
Category: Dissertation abstracts
This book is written to provide lesson plans or exploratory activities for the music teacher who wishes to incorporate meaningful, creative compositional exercises in the general music classroom, the music appreciation classroom, or the ...
Author: Adriana Janse van Rensburg
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
This book is written to provide lesson plans or exploratory activities for the music teacher who wishes to incorporate meaningful, creative compositional exercises in the general music classroom, the music appreciation classroom, or the piano studio. The purpose of the book is to provide inspiration, additional ideas, creative activities, and contemporary techniques for the innovative teacher. Photocopiable pages are provided. All lesson plans include Exploratory, Composition and Performance sets. The lesson plans are written as general guides for the teacher and are not grade specific. All lessons can be adapted to suit multiple age and ability levels. Teachers are encouraged to adapt lessons: include own materials, connect to concepts studied in the curricula, and utilize additional resources. Lesson features include Standard notation: pitch, staff notation, letter names, rests, note values and basic theory such as measures, bar lines, time signatures, etc., are covered. Graphic notation: Twentieth-Century techniques, graphic notation, alternative music symbols, found sound, body percussion, electronic sounds, and digital techniques are included. Compositional techniques: repetition, sequence, motif, phrase, 4-measure phrase, form, augmentation, diminution, inversion, etc., are explored. Technology: ringtones on phones, composition apps, computer software, online tone- generators, voice memo apps, video, and slide show presentations are included. Multi-media: Compositions include speaking parts, drama, images, slide shows, story, technology, live or recorded performance, spatial components, etc. Harmony: several lessons include chordal work (mainly the primary chords I, IV and V) to start establishing the idea of harmonic progression. Graphic Organizers: Most lessons include graphic organizers either to serve as work charts for the student groups, to clarify listening analysis or the format of the composition, or simply to plot out initial ideas for a composition. Teachers are encouraged to pursue multiple forms of organizing initial, pre-composition ideas, e.g., Venn-diagrams, flow charts, bullet points, etc. Novelty: Student engagement is at its peak when novelty and variety are present. To this end many lessons have included fun, surprise and novelty elements.
Children first have to complete the basic classic course of the music schools , and
only afterwards can they engage in ... Teaching is carried out in this spirit at the
jazz faculty of the Conservatory for the past 14 years : students are learning jazz
and ... We wanted to illustrate that those who are only engaged in composition
are in great need of improvisative workshop ... In the jazz instruction of children ,
the difference in the music tongue is not determinative , but the creative abilities ...
Other teaching methods are by G. A. Gibbs , Jr. , " 60 Writing Lessons " by Edgar
Moy . ... the centuries , the subsequent employment of freer musical expression
— all an invaluable basis for creative activity . ... Mills Music also represents the
B. F. Wood Music Co. , Boston , offering a substantial catalog of choral
compositions , elementary piano teaching pieces , piano solos , and classical
piano materials .
Category: Music trade
Author: Los Angeles County Public Library
Category: Library catalogs
Author: Anna Lorraine Guthrie
An author subject index to selected general interest periodicals of reference value in libraries.
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Writing ; Translating ; Nature ; Spiritual Healing . ... Memberships : Deutscher
Musikrat ; European Piano Teachers Association . ... 1972 ; Fors Seulement : 30
Compositions , 1981 ; The Motet Books of Andrea Antico , 1987 ; Johannes
Ockeghem and Jacob Obrecht : A Guide to Research , 1988 ; Henricus Isaac , A
Guide to ...
In her introduction , the compiler writes : “ To Grainger , music meant more than
mere sounds , it meant a link with the human ... settings and transcriptions of folk
music and the works of other composers ; original compositions ; music
education ... endeavouring to guide conductors , teachers and musicians to
means of adapting material without loss of integrity , for the ... the piano and his
own concert career , he nevertheless made a close study of the piano , its
tchniques and literature .
Category: School music
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ASSOCIATION Omni Shoreham Hotel ... of MTNA Membership to the Teachers of
Orchestral Instruments 108 Teaching Composition Through Song and Fantasy ...
A User's Guide 161 Keyboard Teaching Now and Into the 21st Century 162 Yes ,
You Can Be Creative : Teaching Theory , Ear Training , Analysis , and
These principles were suitable for guiding the creation or analysis of future
preschool piano teaching methods . ... experiences as secondstage music
teachers ?, ( 2 ) What do participants identify as major issues in urban music
education and how do they discuss them ? ... Few studies of the creative process
to date have focused on music composition alone . ... Four themes emerged as a
result of the initial constant - comparative analysis , which were used to guide
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Category: Dissertations, Academic
The work invites readers to adapt the ideas to their own teaching settings, showing both pre-service and established teachers that they can teach music creatively to build community and to inspire all who enter there.
Author: Rena Upitis
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
This Too is Music guides and motivates teachers to foster playful and motivating classroom conditions that enable elementary students to thrive as musicians in every way-as singers, improvisers, critical listeners, storytellers, dancers, performers, and composers. Told through anecdotes and illustrated with musical examples, the book explores how all of these aspects of music making are intertwined, quelling any doubts teachers may have regarding their abilities to create an environment where children can improvise, dance, compose, and notate their musical offerings. While the book acknowledges the importance of traditional approaches to teaching notation and performance, the emphasis is on the student's point of view, illustrating how young musicians can learn when their musical ideas are honored and celebrated. Various teaching ideas are presented-some exploratory in nature, others involving direct instruction. Regardless of their nature, all of the activities arise from research on children's musical development in general and their development of notational systems in particular. The ideas and activities have been tested in multiple elementary-classroom environments and pre-service settings. The activities center on music through movement, song, various types of performances, improvisation, and composition and notational development. These activities, which encompass both small-scale classroom lessons and large-scale productions, engage children across subjects, including language, drama, and mathematics. Activities encompass both small-scale classroom lessons and large-scale productions. The book underscores the timeless quality of this pedagogy; even in our digital age, this musical environment appeals to children. The work invites readers to adapt the ideas to their own teaching settings, showing both pre-service and established teachers that they can teach music creatively to build community and to inspire all who enter there.