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The Creative Director: Conductor, Teacher, Leader

By Edward S. Lisk

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Meredith Music Resource. Teacher Resource. Softcover. 136 pages. Published by Meredith Music (HL.317165).

Item Number: HL.317165

ISBN 1574630792. 6.75x10 inches.

Conducting-listening skills, harmonic and melodic content, ensemble sonority and expressive conducting are only a few of the insightful topics included in Ed Lisk's latest publication. The complexities of instrumental music as related to Howard Gardner's Theories of Multiple Intelligences are thoroughly discussed and provide an overwhelming foundation for the support of music in the schools. From philosophy to practicality, this book has it all!

  • PART 1. THE CONDUCTOR 
  • PART 1. BECOMING A BAND DIR*E*CTOR 
  • PART 1. CONDUCTING AND LISTENING SKILLS 
  • PART 1. ENSEMBLE SONORITY 
  • PART 1. LISTENING FOR HARMONIC AND MELODIC CONTENT 
  • PART 1. EXPRESSIVE CONDUCTING 
  • PART 1. SHAPING EXPRESSION 
  • PART 1. FREE-FORM CONDUCTING 
  • PART 1. EXERCISES IN FREE FORM CONDUCTING 
  • PART 1. SELECTING LITERATURE 
  • PART 2.THE TEACHER 
  • PART 2. ALTERNATIVE REHEARSAL TECHNIQUES: A PARADIGM SHIFT 
  • PART 2. REHEARSALS 
  • PART 2. A STORY ABOUT THE CIRCLE 
  • PART 2. INTRODUCING THE CIRCLE OF 4THS WORKSHEET 
  • PART 2.GROUP ASSIGNMENTS 
  • PART 2. BASIC CHORD PROGRESSIONS 
  • PART 2. SCALE KNOWLEDGE 
  • PART 2.REASONS FOR USING THE GRAND MASTER SCALE 
  • PART 2. THE GRAND MASTER SCALE 
  • PART 2. INTERNAL PULSE: DISCIPLINE DURATION 
  • PART 2. EXERCISING INTERNAL PULSE 
  • PART 2.INTERNAL PULSE EXERCISE 
  • PART 2.DISCOVERING THE 'RIGHT SIDE' OF A NOTE 
  • PART 2.THE SECRET OF NOTE DECAY 
  • PART 2. EXERCISES IN SILENCE AT THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE NOTE 
  • PART 2. EXERCISES WITH THE ENSEMBLE 
  • PART 2. EXERCISE NOTE DECAY 
  • PART 2. DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE 
  • PART 2. DYNAMIC COUNTING 
  • PART 2. CRESCENDO EXERCISE 
  • PART 2. DECRESCENDO EXERCISE 
  • PART 2. DECRESCENDO-CRESCENDO EXERCISE 
  • PART 2.CRESCENDO-DECRESCENDO EXERCISE 
  • PART 2.A BURST OF SOUND 
  • PART 2. COLOR SHIFTS 
  • PART 2. THE RULER OF TIME 
  • PART 2. DEMONSTRATING TEMPO VARIATIONS 
  • PART 2. SPEAKING MUSICALLY FOR MEANING 
  • PART 2.DISCOVERING OUR EMOTIONAL CENTER 
  • PART 2.THE THREE NATURAL LAWS OF MUSICAL EXPRESSION: 1.LOW SEARCHES FOR HIGH, 2.HIGH SEARCHES FOR L 
  • PART 2.MUSICAL EXAMPLES: NATURAL LAWS OF MUSICAL EXPRESSION 
  • PART 2.JUMPING THE HURDLES OF NOTATION 
  • PART 2. EXERCISES IN FREE-FORM EXPRESSION 
  • PART 2.INTONATION AND ENSEMBLE SONORITY 
  • PART 2.THE ART OF TUNING OVERTONES 
  • EXERCISE IN STRAIGHT LINE TUNING 
  • PART 2.THE POWER OF THE FUNDAMETNAL PITCH: TARGET TUNING 
  • PART 2.STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY FOR BALANCE, BLEND, AND INTONATION 
  • PART 2. SIX STEP TUNING PROCESS 
  • PART 2. SECTION TUNING 
  • PART 2. PRINCIPAL PLAYERS AND FULL-ENSEMBLE TUNING 
  • PART 2. EXERCISE IN FULL-ENSEMBLE LISTENING 
  • PART 2.SIGHT READING 
  • PART 2.FINALE 
  • PART 3.LEADER 
  • PART 3. THE IMPORTANCE OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 
  • PART 3. YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE BY LEADING THE WAY 
  • PART 3.ORGANIZING THE SESSION 
  • PART 3.PROGRAM FORMAT 
  • PART 3.INSTRUCTIONAL MODULES 
  • PART 3.DATA CONTROL FOR PROGRAM LONGEVITY 
  • PART 3.ENROLLMENT AND GRADUATION DATA FORM 
  • PART 3.INVENTORY COST-VALUE FORM 
  • PART 3.GRADE-LEVEL ENROLLMENT AND PARTICIPATION FORM 
  • PART 3.FINALE 
  • SOURCES AND REFERENCES 
  • ABOUT THE AUTHOR 
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