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Tradition of Excellence 1

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Conductor
Composer Pearson/Nowlin
Publisher Neil A Kjos Music Co
Catalog # W61F

Price: $69.95

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Tradition of Excellence 1 Composed by Pearson/Nowlin. For Conductor. Published by Neil A Kjos Music Co. (Catalog # W61F, UPC: 9780849770753)

The Tradition of Excellence Band Method is a flexible performance-centered curriculum that seamlessly blends classic and contemporary pedagogy and cutting-edge technology. Bruce Pearson and Ryan Nowlin present a systematic comprehensive musicianship curriculum second-to-none. Tradition of Excellence features: Time-tested approaches: three unique starting systems; differentiated instruction and learning to customize your teaching; scales, technical studies, chop builders, warm-ups, rhythm studies, and sight-reading; solos, duets, rounds, band pieces, and ensembles featuring three built-in concert programs. Today's trends: comprehensive standards-based curriculum; color coding connects new concepts with the music; nine-page Oboe starting system; expanded Horn book with F and Bb fingerings; all-in-one percussion book; built-in written and performance assessment; theory, composition, ear-training, improvisation, and history in every student book; historical and interdisciplinary worksheets and teaching guides; ready-to-use lesson plans; and score companion - Teaching Band with Excellence: A Comprehensive Curricular, Pedagogical, and Administrative Resource. Tomorrow's technology: revolutionary Interactive Practice Studios and Interactive Teacher Studio programs that offer intuitive virtual student and teacher environments; state-of-the-art accompaniment recordings; instrument-specific DVDs containing video lessons, accompaniments, and importable audio files; downloadable lesson plans, worksheets, and editable forms; interactive whiteboard ready; and subscription-based SmartMusic support.
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