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1984: Byron Stripling Plays "Dog Day Blues"

1984 Bern Jazz Festival with the Woody Herman big band, featuring Byron Stripling with superb lead trumpet by Scott Wagstaff.

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"Tunes and Timbres" Workshop for MY World Preschool Teachers

Learning music could improve the concentration, memory and focus of children in the classroom by improving their neural functions.

“Children who were more engaged in the music program—as defined by better attendance and classroom participation—developed stronger brain encoding of speech after 2 years than their less-engaged peers in the program. 251 more words

Early Childhood Education

A Tribute to a Musical Colleague

Some moments are captured in an image, and the memory sinks deep into the soul.  Last week I received a picture that has so moved me, I had to share why.   476 more words

Music Education

Can We Sing It or Not? Clearing the Fog Surrounding Sacred Music in Public Schools

Record: Drummond, T. (2014). Singing over the Wall: Legal and Ethical Considerations for Sacred Music in the Public Schools. Music Educators Journal, 101(2), 27-31 [ 784 more words

Music Education

The K-12 Education Upgrade in the Philippines: Is it a Solution to Poverty?

I’m close to completing my M.A. in Music Education. All I need to do now is write my thesis, something that’s scheduled for June of this year. 1,219 more words

Ramblings And Opinions

How to Motivate Your Child To Practice: Tips and Tricks

“Among the numerous challenges that parents face in handling children’s music lessons (choosing the instrument, finding a good teacher, etc.), getting kids to practice is the most daunting of all. 175 more words

Music Education

Stanton's E-Tools - Listening Library

The amazing staff at Stanton’s knows how valuable your time is.  That’s why we try to provide you with as many tools as we can to make choosing music easier, faster and more enjoyable.  362 more words

School Choral