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TITLE: Tips for a Successful Marching Band – with Yamaha Master Educator Barry Houser

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DATE: June 6, 2022

  Time to “pick the brain” of Yamaha Master Educator and Director of the Marching Illini Barry Houser originally presented to the Carthage Missouri Band Staff. This free, view anytime webinar is on: Drum Majors Student Leaders Student Motivation and Attitude Show Music Selection Show Drill Design Teaching Drill Going Digital Online Tools Tips and Tricks Optional one-hour PD credit…

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TITLE: Reducing Performance Anxiety

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DATE: May 4, 2022

Curated from The YAMAHA Educator Suite – by Steve Graves – We’ve all seen it happen and have even felt it ourselves — that feeling in the pit of your stomach, the shakiness, the nerves. As directors, we have learned to live with performance anxiety, but what can we do to help our students deal with it? What is Musical…

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TITLE: Ten Strategies to Improve Intonation in the Instrumental Ensemble

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DATE: March 3, 2022

Curated from The Alfred Blog – by David Pope – “Bad intonation is unforgiveable.” This quote was shared with me by a mentor when I was an undergraduate student over 20 years ago, and it has remained an integral part of my teaching philosophy. In every situation, no matter if I was teaching a traditional school ensemble or an all-state…

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TITLE: Ignite a Passion for Practice

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DATE: February 15, 2022

Curated from the YAMAHA Educator Suite – by Frank DiMaria –  Rather than relying on external motivation, successful teachers inspire students to fuel their own flame to attain a higher level of mastery. To this end, Chris Gleason, instrumental music educator at Patrick Marsh Middle School in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, taps into “the deeply human need to direct [one’s life] and to…

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TITLE: Being A Music Advocate, by Dr. Tim Lautzenhauser

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DATE: May 8, 2021

Many like to TALK about music advocacy, but here’s what the master, Dr. Tim, has to say – How to Communicate with Our Target Market As we have previously discussed, all too often we find ourselves “preaching to the choir” (literally!), trying to convince the “already converted” of the value of music in our schools. The audience enthusiastically agrees, everyone…

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TITLE: “Where’s the Triangle?” Strategies for managing percussionists and percussion instruments – Part 3

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DATE: January 6, 2021

Curated from Bandworld –  Setting up the percussion section Every conductor has experienced it: rehearsal is progressing smoothly, then the triangle part is missing. “Who is playing the triangle?” “Umm…we didn’t know we needed it.” Or “We can’t find it,” your percussionists reply. There are three keys to solving this dilemma: Students must be able to quickly and easily locate…

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