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TITLE: MBA Podium Masters – Produced for MBA by Nottelmann Music

SOURCE: Ray Benton

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DATE: November 6, 2022

Ann Goodwin Clark, Co-Historian for Missouri Bandmasters, had the vision to record interviews with Missouri master teachers in music education.  Ann reached out to me and asked for my assistance in producing and posting these timeless videos.  Below is the current library, with more additions planned for the future.  I believe EVERY music educator will benefit from the wisdom brought…

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TITLE: Our Featured Webinar – Strong Foundations for Building Young Percussionists – with John Hearnes and David England

SOURCE: Nottelmann Music

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DATE: October 27, 2022

About this Webinar – f you teach young percussionists, even if you have a long track record of success, this five-part webinar in two videos is for you. Presented by John Hearnes and David England, this is a convenient, online version of their recent presentation at the Midwest Clinic – International Band and Orchestra Conference. Video One – Parts 1 &…

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TITLE: Everything Band Episode 183- a Visit with Conn-Selmer Clinician Frank Troyka

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: July 28, 2022

Curated from Everything Band – Let the words of Frank Troyka encourage and inspire you.  Frank, a longtime band director in Richardson, Texas and now serves as an adjunct instructor at SMU, educational consultant for Conn-Selmer, and director of education for System Blue.   GO TO ORIGINAL POST

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TITLE: How to Establish Classroom Routines and Why

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: July 27, 2022

Curated from JW Pepper’s CUED IN – Picture a successful band, orchestra, or choir rehearsal. Students have their instruments and music at the ready and are focused on the conductor. They respond quickly to instructions and are prepared for each cue. When it’s time to go to their next class, they put materials away in designated areas, keeping the space…

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TITLE: Case Study: Strategic Storage and Scheduling Solutions

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: July 26, 2022

Curated from The YAMAHA Educator Suite – by Christine Ngeo Katzman –  Every music program has the challenge of logistics regarding storage and scheduling.  Here’s how one program met that challenge. When Vincent Vicchiariello began his transition to Director of Bands at Nutley High School in New Jersey in 2018, the program boomed. “We had our biggest [group] of 95 students in our marching…

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TITLE: KICKSTARTING YOUR JAZZ BAND: How To Get Your Band Swingin’ And Playin’ The Blues

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: July 25, 2022

Curated from Jupiter Winds – with Tonia Mathews – Mrs. Mathews discusses her strategy for starting the year with a middle school or young high school jazz band. The clinic provides best practices for teaching students how to swing while also incorporating the blues progression. Engaging students in a thoughtful pace will motivate your students to improvise and be comfortable…

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