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Michaels, Arthur J. – Music Educators Journal, 1981
Tips for the traveling musician on the safe transportation of his/her musical instrument. (SJL)
Descriptors: Guidelines, Musical Instruments, Musicians, Transportation
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Lawn, Richard – Music Educators Journal, 1981
Performance tips for the jazz ensemble conductor. (SJL)
Descriptors: Applied Music, Bands (Music), Guidelines, Jazz
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Michaels, Arthur J. – Music Educators Journal, 1981
Illustrates some unusual effects that a local photography laboratory can produce from film negatives, in order to create eye-catching publicity photographs for school band concert advertisements. (Author/SJL)
Descriptors: Bands (Music), Concerts, Photography, Production Techniques
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Berg, Ron – Music Educators Journal, 1981
Presents leg conditioning, respiratory fitness, and stride exercises for marching band members. (SJL)
Descriptors: Applied Music, Bands (Music), Exercise, Musicians
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Music Educators Journal, 1979
Seven music teachers state their needs to those who write music for the elementary grades. (SJL)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Elementary School Students, Guidelines, Music
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Brand, Manny; Miller, Samuel D. – Music Educators Journal, 1980
Intended for music educators who may be called upon to advise students on a music career, this article discusses trends in music teacher supply and demand, including variations by region and by teaching specialty. It also notes desirable personal qualities and professional preparation for music teaching which students must consider. (SJL)
Descriptors: Career Counseling, Career Planning, Elementary Secondary Education, Employment Patterns
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Cline, Dallas – Music Educators Journal, 1980
Instructions are provided for making these simple musical instruments from inexpensive materials: an Indian bull-roarer; bottle chimes; a ham can guitar; flower pot, box, and steel drums; a xylophone; a musical sawhorse; rattles; a melody box; and a box thumb harp. (SJL)
Descriptors: Construction (Process), Elementary Education, Folk Culture, Guidelines
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Chadwick, Donna M.; Clark, Cynthia A. – Music Educators Journal, 1980
Discusses the importance of musical experiences to the multiply handicapped and presents mechanical aids which allow the physically disabled to play string and percussion instruments. Some of these aids are illustrated. (SJL)
Descriptors: Accessibility (for Disabled), Equipment, Multiple Disabilities, Music Therapy
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Goodman, Jon – Music Educators Journal, 1981
Explains some legitimate costs and expenses which music teachers may be able to deduct on their 1980 income tax returns. (SJL)
Descriptors: Expenditures, Guidelines, Music Teachers, Taxes
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Curatilo, Joseph S. – Music Educators Journal, 1983
Use of the music block schedule for elementary band, chorus, and orchestra programs has many advantages. For example, it eliminates the need to pull students from class and abates classroom teacher and music teacher friction. Solutions to other problems often encountered in scheduling are also discussed. (RM)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Flexible Scheduling, Music Education
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Deal, John J.; Taylor, Jack A. – Music Educators Journal, 1997
Presents a model that provides guidelines that colleges and universities can follow when including technology in their music-degree requirements. Discusses the role of technology in music education, especially as related to the National Association of Schools of Music guidelines. Includes a glossary of technical terms used in the article. (DSK)
Descriptors: Computer Literacy, Computer Uses in Education, Curriculum Development, Higher Education
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Wells, Richard – Music Educators Journal, 1997
Argues that while national standards provide a valuable resource to guide curriculum development, there is no clear procedure for turning them into a grade-by-grade curriculum. Outlines and discusses the process that one school district used to create a standards-based curriculum. Provides numerous charts and examples. (DSK)
Descriptors: Articulation (Education), Curriculum Design, Curriculum Development, Elementary Secondary Education
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Faulkner, Quentin – Music Educators Journal, 1998
Addresses the inevitable change in the study of music in U.S. higher education through a parable that assumes the viewpoint of a historian writing toward the middle of the 21st century. Reviews the events that eventually lead to closing the school of music at the University of Granton, an imaginary school. (CMK)
Descriptors: Educational Change, Higher Education, Music Education, Music Facilities
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Music Educators Journal, 1988
This supplement is a comprehensive guide to the music industry designed for music teachers. Included are tips for contacting music businesses and suggestions on ordering music, robes, instruments, computer software, and other supplies. Includes an annotated directory of Music Industry Conference members. (JDH)
Descriptors: Equipment, Music, Music Education, Purchasing
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Simpson, Anne – Music Educators Journal, 1981
The author gives advice to instrumentalists and singers about contests and auditions, including preparation for the event, tasteful appearance and presentation, potential difficulties with playing conditions, and dealings with judges. (SJL)
Descriptors: Applied Music, Guidelines, Musicians
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