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Conflict in the Courts of the Lord: Music and Worship in Today's Church By Wayne Barrett
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The music of the Church today is one of her greatest sources of internal tension and division. In a book which by the author’s own admission is sometimes confrontational in tone, Wayne Barrett... More > challenges some current church music practices that are taking place under the banner of “praise and worship.” He provides a summative, thought-provoking, consideration of the nature of worship and its music, citing Biblical teachings, lessons of history, and empirical learning as the bases for the principles he advances. This is not a book without a viewpoint. It is a vigorous engagement of current practices and philosophies regarding church music and worship with an expressed intent to establish some guiding principles upon which diverse Christians can agree. Written for laymen, pastors, and church musicians, this is a book for anyone who is concerned about the practice of church music and worship, especially in light of some contemporary trends.< Less
Technology Use and the National Standards for Music Education By Kathryn Becksvoort
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A quantitative three-part survey-questionnaire was conducted online to explore how music educators in West Michigan use technology in addressing the standards. Respondents (N=113) represented a wide... More > variety of demographic categories. Survey results were subjected to descriptive analysis and chi-square tests for independence. Results indicated that males, instrumental music teachers, and teachers with 6-12 years of teaching experience tend to use technology more frequently than those in other categories. Open-ended responses revealed that many teachers feel overwhelmed by technology and do not have sufficient administrative support. Further study is necessary with regard to the categories with the weakest scores on technology use (females, general music teachers, novice and veteran teachers). Recommendations include five areas of professional development: (1) advocacy; (2) fundraising; (3) basic technology skills; (4) notation software; and (5) sequencing software.< Less
Technology Use and the National Standards for Music Education By Kathryn Becksvoort
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A quantitative three-part survey-questionnaire was conducted online to explore how music educators in West Michigan use technology in addressing the standards. Respondents (N=113) represented a wide... More > variety of demographic categories. Survey results were subjected to descriptive analysis and chi-square tests for independence. Results indicated that males, instrumental music teachers, and teachers with 6-12 years of teaching experience tend to use technology more frequently than those in other categories. Open-ended responses revealed that many teachers feel overwhelmed by technology and do not have sufficient administrative support. Further study is necessary with regard to the categories with the weakest scores on technology use (females, general music teachers, novice and veteran teachers). Recommendations include five areas of professional development: (1) advocacy; (2) fundraising; (3) basic technology skills; (4) notation software; and (5) sequencing software.< Less
Playing Guitar Musically: A Guide to Creativity on Guitar & Bass. By Adam Satur
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"Playing Guitar Musically" teaches guitar playing and music theory through creativity. In this book you will learn to write, play and appreciate interesting music by creating your own... More > compositions. Scales, chords, rhythm and notation are taught in fun, creative and simple ways with immediate application to guitar playing. Each subject is designed to flow into the next. Even if you don't have enough time to practise daily and become an idol or are starting to learn later in life, you can still learn to play the music which interests you, the way you want, at the speed you want. No experience is required but even guitarists with years of playing under their strap can learn a lot about how to be inspired, creative and original, as well as improving their overall musicianship. Perfect for novice adults and guitarists looking to learn about music theory in a way which applies to guitar playing. A guide to creativity on guitar and bass.< Less
Playing Guitar Musically: A Guide to Creativity on Guitar & Bass. By Adam Satur
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"Playing Guitar Musically" teaches guitar playing and music theory through creativity. In this book you will learn to write, play and appreciate interesting music by creating your own... More > compositions. Scales, chords, rhythm and notation are taught in fun, creative and simple ways with immediate application to guitar playing. Each subject is designed to flow into the next. Even if you don't have enough time to practise daily and become an idol or are starting to learn later in life, you can still learn to play the music which interests you, the way you want, at the speed you want. No experience is required but even guitarists with years of playing under their strap can learn a lot about how to be inspired, creative and original, as well as improving their overall musicianship. Perfect for novice adults and guitarists looking to learn about music theory in a way which applies to guitar playing. A guide to creativity on guitar and bass.< Less
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Hortus Musicalis Novum New Garden of Music The Fantasies Late Renaissance Lute Music by Elias Mertel By Michael Walker
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Here are 40 lute fantasies from the Late Renaissance Lute compiled by Elias Mertel, (15601 – 1626), who was perhaps the best known German lutenist of his day. These pieces have been... More > transcribed for the baritone ukulele, Renaissance guitar, low G ukelele, and many other four-course instruments. Of course, they may all be played on the guitar.< Less
"Let You Go" vocal sheet music from LIFT (a new musical) By Daryl Fazio
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ABOUT THE MUSICAL: In a small Ohio town, 8-year old Ethan Hale falls through the ice and is miraculously saved. But no one sees the rescue. And no one steps forward as the hero. So when Ethan insists... More > that it was a "birdman," the townspeople embark on a journey into their individual faith and doubt, their collective hope, and what it means to be extraordinary. IN THIS SONG: At the end of Act Two, Ethan's mom, Eve, has finally come up for air, realizing that not only does her kid mean more to her than she could ever know, but that he's going to teach her how to get back her own hope and innocence. (http://www.liftthemusical.com)< Less
Improvisation 101: How Music Works 2nd Edition By Al Shikaly
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This is the second edition of my teaching manual outlining my own personal teaching methodology. The 2nd edition is interactive with my website where the concepts and ideas are accompanied by video... More > and audio clips.< Less

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