Wind Talk: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Teaching Woodwind Instruments is a user-friendly source of pedagogical information specific to woodwind instruments.
Author: Mark C. Ely
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Wind Talk for Woodwinds provides instrumental music teachers, practitioners, and students with a handy, easy-to-use pedagogical resource for woodwind instruments found in school instrumental programs. With thorough coverage of the most common woodwind instruments - flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, and bassoon - the book offers the most topical and information necessary for effective teaching. This includes terminology, topics, and concepts associated with each specific instrument, along with teaching suggestions that can be applied in the classroom. Be sure to look to the back of the book for a "Practical Tips" section, which discusses common technical faults and corrections, common problems with sound (as well as their causes and solutions to them), fingering charts, literature lists (study materials, method books, and solos), as well as a list of additional resources relevant to teaching woodwind instruments (articles, websites, audio recordings). Without question, Wind Talk for Woodwinds stands alone as an invaluable resource for woodwinds!
Teaching Woodwinds is the only resource of its kind: a book and a website. The book contains playing exercises for each instrument, group exercises in score form, and fingering and trill charts.
Author: Kelly Mollnow Wilson
Category: Woodwind instruments
Teaching Woodwinds: A Guide for Students and Teachers is a comprehensive resource perfectly suited for university woodwind technique classes, band directors needing woodwind details, or anyone looking for in-depth information on how to play flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, or saxophone. Teaching Woodwinds is the only resource of its kind: a book and a website. The book contains playing exercises for each instrument, group exercises in score form, and fingering and trill charts. The website contains information about how to play each instrument including sub-chapters on getting started, technique, intonation, tone and much more, and offers over 300 full color images, 130 videos, audio files, PDF downloads, PowerPoint/Keynote quizzes, and hundreds of links. Designed to be a lifelong resource, the platform of a book and website has provided the authors with a rich palette with which to deliver the content with clarity and precision. This format serves as an effective woodwind methods curriculum, and will continue to be a valuable resource for music educators long after graduation.
A Guide to Repairing Woodwinds, Glenmoore, PA: Northeastern Music Publications, Inc., 1987. Saucier, Gene. Woodwinds, Fundamental Performance Techniques. New York: Schirmer Books; London: Collier Macmillan, 1981.
Author: Harold Gene Griswold
For one semester/quarter courses in woodwind methods. Teaching Woodwinds has draws on the authors thirty-five years of experience teaching woodwinds to students. Organized by specific teach topics from the fundamentals of hand and finger position to articulation and intonation. Drawing on a classic set of teacher/student duets, the included twenty-five class lessons enable students to learn by doing and by listening as they play duets with the instructor.
Release on 2015-08-20 | by Professor Emeritus of Music Education at University of Illinois and Adjunct Professor of Music Education Richard Colwell
Boston: Allyn and Bacon. *WEERTS, RICHARD. (1972). How to Develop and Maintain a Successful Woodwind Section. West Nyack, NY: Parker Publishing. WESTPHAL, FREDERICK. (1990). Guide to Teaching Woodwinds, 5th ed. Dubuque, IA: W. C. Brown.
Author: Professor Emeritus of Music Education at University of Illinois and Adjunct Professor of Music Education Richard Colwell
This book introduces music education majors to basic instrumental pedagogy for the instruments and ensembles most commonly found in the elementary and secondary curricula. This text focuses on the core competencies required for teacher certification in instrumental music. The first section of the book focuses on essential issues for a successful instrumental program: objectives, assessment and evaluation, motivation, administrative tasks, and recruiting and scheduling (including block scheduling). The second section devotes a chapter to each wind instrument plus percussion and strings, and includes troubleshooting checklists for each instrument. The third section focuses on rehearsal techniques from the first day through high school.
Baines, Anthony, Woodwind Instruments and Their History, London: Faber, and New York: Norton, 1957; 3rd edition, ... 2nd edition, New York: Oxford University Press, 1996 Westphal, Frederick William, Guide to Teaching Woodwinds, Dubuque, ...
Author: Murray Steib
The Reader's Guide to Music is designed to provide a useful single-volume guide to the ever-increasing number of English language book-length studies in music. Each entry consists of a bibliography of some 3-20 titles and an essay in which these titles are evaluated, by an expert in the field, in light of the history of writing and scholarship on the given topic. The more than 500 entries include not just writings on major composers in music history but also the genres in which they worked (from early chant to rock and roll) and topics important to the various disciplines of music scholarship (from aesthetics to gay/lesbian musicology).
Annotated Bibliography of Woodwind Instruction Books . ... Woodwind Anthology : A Compendium of Woodwind Articles from “ The Instrumentalist . ” 2 vols . ... A Teacher's Guide to the Literature of Woodwind Instruments .
Author: William Dietz
Publisher: Cengage Learning
This method and resource handbook for music education students offers an overview of basic instructional techniques with relevant musical examples; discusses selection, care, and assembly of instruments; and supplies a complete bibliography of educational materials. Throughout the text's coverage of fundamentals, special emphasis is placed on developing ideas for innovative teaching strategies.
Release on 1963 | by Library of Congress. Copyright Office
Cobleigh , I. U. Guide to tables in mathematical statistics . Greenwood , J , A. Guide to taxation . Price , Waterhouse & Co. Guide to teaching woodwinds . Westphal , F. W. Guide to teen beauty . Ingenue . Guide to the admission and ...
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office
Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress
Includes Part 1, Number 1: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (January - June)
PopCulture Pedagogy in the Music Classroom: Teaching Tools from American Idol to YouTube. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2011. ... Wind Talk for Woodwinds: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Teaching Woodwind Instruments.
Author: Allen Scott
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Since it was first published in 1993, the Sourcebook for Research in Music has become an invaluable resource in musical scholarship. The balance between depth of content and brevity of format makes it ideal for use as a textbook for students, a reference work for faculty and professional musicians, and as an aid for librarians. The introductory chapter includes a comprehensive list of bibliographical terms with definitions; bibliographic terms in German, French, and Italian; and the plan of the Library of Congress and the Dewey Decimal music classification systems. Integrating helpful commentary to instruct the reader on the scope and usefulness of specific items, this updated and expanded edition accounts for the rapid growth in new editions of standard works, in fields such as ethnomusicology, performance practice, women in music, popular music, education, business, and music technology. These enhancements to its already extensive bibliographies ensures that the Sourcebook will continue to be an indispensable reference for years to come.
Woodwind handbook . San Antonio , Texas : Southern Music Publishing Company , 1960 . Especially valuable for new teachers . Contains approaches to flute ... Westphal , F. W. Guide to teaching woodwinds . Dubuque , Iowa : William C.
A Teacher's Guide to the Literature of Woodwind Instruments . ... Playing and Teaching Woodwind Instruments . ... The Doubler's Dream ( Uniform Fingering for All Woodwinds ) , Woodwind World , Vol . 4 , No. 9 ( 1963 ) , pp . 6-7 .
Author: William Spencer
Publisher: Alfred Music
Fine bassoon teachers are a rarity in all but cities with major symphony orchestras and/or a university with a distinguished music department faculty. William Spencer took up the challenge of providing material for the serious bassoonist with The Art of Bassoon Playing, published in 1958. With William Spencer's approval, Frederick Mueller took on the task of bringing to notice recent changes in bassoon playing, pedagogy, and manufacture, resulting in revised edition of The Art of Bassoon Playing.
Volumes 1 and 2 provide information sufficient for getting players to the "beginning professional level": embouchures, concepts of blowing, tone, fingerings reeds, practicing, performing; beginning methods for each instrument; samples from ...
Author: Phillip Rehfeldt
Publisher: Phillip Rehfeldt/MillCreekPublications
Volumes 1 and 2 provide information sufficient for getting players to the "beginning professional level": embouchures, concepts of blowing, tone, fingerings reeds, practicing, performing; beginning methods for each instrument; samples from the orchestral repertory; college woodwind-class materials; Bach's complete Clavier Buchlein for woodwinds with analysis; and a means, for those who wish it, for certification.
Release on 2011-07-16 | by Kevin Mixon, national board-certified teacher, composer and author of “Reaching and Teaching All Instrumental Students”
Reston, VA: MENC. Udvari-Solner, A., & Kluth, P. (2008). Joyful learning: Active and collaborative learning in inclusive classrooms. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Westphal, F. W. (1990). Guide to teaching woodwinds (5th ed.).
Author: Kevin Mixon, national board-certified teacher, composer and author of “Reaching and Teaching All Instrumental Students”
Publisher: R&L Education
Reaching and Teaching All Instrumental Music Students draws from credible research and established approaches to offer practical applications for the variety of music classrooms teachers face today, many of which are not ideal. Kevin Mixon shares successful techniques for recruiting and retention, garnering program support, teaching for diverse learning styles and exceptional students, classroom management, and teaching notation, composition, and improvisation.
Guide to teaching woodwinds. (5th ed.). Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown. Wiggins, J.H. (1989). Composition as a teaching tool. Music Educators Journal, 75(8), 35–38. doi:10.2307/3400295 Wiggins, J. (2001). Teaching for musical understanding.
Author: Michael Raiber
From Music Student to Teacher: A Professional Approach helps prospective music educators begin their transition from music student to professional music teacher. The text uniquely works to build upon the individual’s personal experience to enhance their approach to the profession. The authors help students first recognize their personal perspectives of the profession, and uncover the assumptions they have concerning learning and teaching. They are then prepared to make mindful informed decisions about their professional education. The topics and activities are deliberately organized to help the reader think as a professional rather than a student. Divided into three parts: (a) discovery of self, (b) discovery of teaching, and (c) discovery of learners; The three parts address the primary stages of teacher development. Within each part readers are connected to the theoretical foundations of the text and the process of becoming an insider to the profession.From Music Student to Teacher: A Professional Approach incorporates online resources and tools that are already familiar to students in their world of networking through social media Features include: Social networking activities to aid self-reflection and discussion ‘Connecting to the Profession’ sections that provide resources which help to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Discussion and glossary that provide a solid base in professional terminology An integrated companion website, including videos of teaching practice and further activities for self-reflection, plus instructor material. Michael A. Raiber is Professor of Music Education at Oklahoma City University David J. Teachout is Associate Professor and Department Head of Music Education at the University of North Carolina Greensboro.
Techniques and Materials for Teaching, Drill Design, and Music Arranging Wayne Bailey, Cormac Cannon, Brandt Payne ... This information is readily available in a variety of sources, including Guide to Teaching Woodwinds by Frederick W.
Author: Wayne Bailey
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
The Complete Marching Band Resource Manual is the definitive guide to the intricate art of directing college and high school marching bands. Supplemented with musical arrangements, warm-up exercises, and over a hundred drill charts, this manual presents both the fundamentals and the advanced techniques that are essential for successful marching band leadership. The materials in this volume cover every stage of musical direction and instruction, from selecting music and choreographing movements to improving student memorization and endurance to the creation of striking visual configurations through uniform and auxiliary units. Now in its third edition, The Complete Marching Band Resource Manual has been thoroughly updated to reflect new standards for drill design, charting, and musical arrangement. Offering a fresh approach to the essentials of good marching band design, this comprehensive resource shows both veteran and novice band directors how to prepare students to perform seamless and sophisticated musical formations.