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2012 Mid Year Instrumental Catalog

J.W. Pepper Music Catalog

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PRSRT STD US Postage PAID J.W. Pepper PO Box 850, Valley Forge, PA 19482-0850 ON THE COVER: Grand Traverse Academy, Traverse City, MI Michelle Floering, director, Photo: Mike Drilling Go to cart Valuable & Timely Resources! Be a Host with the Most (A Guide for Coordinating Music Festivals)—Eph Ehly. Congratulations! You've just accepted the worthy challenge of planning a music festival...so what happens now? If you're like many festival organizers, you may worry about lacking the time, energy, or experience to pull off a successful event. Relax! This easy-to-use guide will help you to get and stay organized by outlining the major elements required, in a clear and concise format. Conductor and clinician Eph Ehly offers practical and insightful advice based on his more than fifty years of experience and participation in over 600 music festivals. Included are reproducible checklists to help you keep track of the details before, during, and after the festival. 10300885 Paperback Book .............................. 12.95 From the Stage to the Studio (How Fine Musicians Become Great Teachers)—Laurie Scott & Cornelia Watkins. This book provides the tools and information necessary for musicians to become effective teachers in terms useful to pedagogy teachers, applied music instructors, and young music students learning to teach while perfecting their performance skills. Premised on the integral partnership between pedagogy and performance, authors Cornelia Watkins and Laurie Scott offer in depth explorations of the essential components of instrumental performance, the nature of student-teacher interactions and the manner in which knowledge, skills and musicianship are most effectively conveyed. 10303713 Paperback Book .............................. 24.95 Music, Artistry and Education (A Journey Towards Musical Growth and Enlightenment)—Milton Allen. A voyage that charts an eventful path from being a good musician/educator to becoming an artist musician/educator. Based on personal experiences ranging from the hilarious to the life-changing, this collection of Zen-like stories - followed by concrete suggestions - will guide you along an artistic journey of musical growth and enlightenment. It contains practical, theoretical and philosophical information explained through simple parables, those little gems that carry with them an essential lesson. 10291995 Paperback Book .............................. 24.95 The Music Teacher's First Year (Tales of Challenge, Joy, and Triumph)—Beth Peterson. From a first-year teacher whose instruments were stolen before entering his building and a teacher who received "hate mail" before her first day, to a teacher whose sensitivity, flexibility and insight gained her the respect of her ensemble in only weeks, this collection of true stories from first-year teachers is a delightful description of their real world. In addition, each chapter includes discussion questions for pre-service and young teachers as they prepare for their teaching future. 10289637 Hardcover Book............................... 19.95 On Teaching Band: Notes from Eddie Green— Mary Ellen Cavitt. An extensive, insightful interview with Eddie Green on his early career and development of his teaching methods; comprehensive, step-by-step techniques for all aspects of beginning wind instruction; guidelines for organizing a band program; tips on resumes, interviews, and securing a position and practical advice on relationships with administrators, parents, and colleagues. A tremendous resource that's as fascinating as it is informative. 10320629 Paperback Book .............................. 24.99 Score Rehearsal Preparation (A Realistic Approach for Instrumental Conductors)—Gary Stith. This volume is sure to provide the most practical approach to orchestra and wind band score study for the active conductor. It methodically simplifies preliminary score study and initial rehearsal preparation for all conductors of band, orchestra and chamber ensembles. Suitable for conductors from elementary school to those leading professional ensembles, it is also valuable as a supplement to undergraduate and graduate-level conducting courses. Systematic, readable and adaptable for any future situation, this will quickly find its way into the conductor's regimen for years to come. 10284493 Paperback Book .............................. 19.95 Call 1-800-345-6296 • Fax 1-800-260-1482 • Internet jwpepper.com *10344668* © 2012 JW Pepper & Son, Inc. MYI 10344668

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