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TITLE: Fix It: Clarinet Teaching Tips

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: July 20, 2021

Curated from The Yamaha Educator Suite – by Shawn Goodman-Royer –  The clarinet is the coolest and perhaps most versatile instrument in the band. It has an amazing 3.5-octave range, the greatest dynamic capabilities of any band instrument, and is used in many different genres of music from jazz to klezmer to classical. But perhaps the most impressive and noteworthy […]

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TITLE: Fix It: Bass Drum Teaching Tips

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DATE: July 20, 2021

Curated from the Yamaha Educator Suite – by James Campbell –  I recently reached out to a small group of my University of Kentucky alumni, who teach band and orchestra in public schools. I wanted advice from educators who are in the trenches every day, so I asked them: “What are common problems that beginner and intermediate student musicians encounter regarding […]

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

SOURCE: Ray Benton

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DATE: July 16, 2021

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: Embouchure Formation Strategies for Classical and Jazz Saxophonists

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: April 27, 2021

Curated from Bandworld – By Dr. Tracy Heavner –  Introduction Forming a correct embouchure is one of the most important aspects of playing the saxophone. Without a correct embouchure, a saxophonist’s tone, intonation, response, musical expressiveness and performance enjoyment will be severely hindered. In addition, it is extremely important to establish a correct embouchure in the very beginning stages of development […]

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TITLE: Organizing a School District’s Music Program and the Care and Feeding of the Young Percussionist

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: April 5, 2021

The Bandmaster’s Podcast, Episode 37: Bill Jastrow, Retired, Indian Prairie School District 204, IL.  Bill Jastrow discusses comprehensive musicianship, organizing a school district’s music program, and the caring and “feeding” of the young percussionist. FULL BIO Spanning 41 years, William Jastrow’s teaching experience ranges from a community high school with an enrollment of 450 students, to Neuqua Valley H.S. with an […]

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TITLE: Oral Cavity Shape For Single Reeds

SOURCE: Curated

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DATE: March 17, 2021

Check out this quick discussion about a sometimes overlooked consideration with quality sound reproduction with reed instruments.  Curated from the D’Addario Education Collective.

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