Guitar Expressions: Teacher Edition, Volume I (Units 1-18). For guitar. Guitar Method or Supplement; Method/Instruction. Guitar Expressions Music Curriculum. Method, Instructional and Play Along. Instructional book, accompaniment CD and CD-ROM (Windows and Mac). 344 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.EMCG1001A).
ISBN 0757922988. Method, Instructional and Play Along. 9x12 inches.
Unique Elements 36 units 108 complete lesson plans Combining literacy based learning with creative rote and aural learning Two CDs containing complete instruction, demonstration, play-along, and additional listening tracks DVD contains technique demonstrations and additional footage of well-known guitarists in a variety of styles and genres MP3s available for free download for at home practice Spiral bound student books Quarterly assessments are provided Student worksheets Student progress record Additional worksheets, handouts, and manuscript paper provided from printable PDF files Web site support Downloadable interactive Guitar Vision! technology: Animated fretboard displays guide students through each song at there own pace Students use their computers to view, loop, slow down, and practice Links to hundreds of other songs.
About Guitar Expressions Music Curriculum
Guitar Expressions is the only complete class guitar curriculum designed tomeet the needs of the contemporary class guitar instructor - the first class guitar method to incorporate fully all the needs of a well-rounded music curriculum. Guitar Expressions incorporates multiple learning styles - combing music literacy-based learning with creative rote and aural learning. These two approaches build on and reinforce each other, allowing students and teachers to nurture indivdual strengths. Students simulateously use melodic and harmonic approaches to the guitar while learning to read music, understand music theory improvise, and perform song accompaniments. Throughout the book, students perform solos, duets, and ensembles using a progressive approach in which songs are introduced and then built upon in succeeding units.