Making music with young musicians
is fun. However, from time to time we get stuck. Possibly we can't
seem to find the right visual imagery to get a student to sing more
lightly, or we can't remember the particular rehearsal technique that
will help our orchestra end the slow passage without sounding like
a train wreck.
This site is intended to help you make
music with students of all ages by providing ideas and information about
specific problems common to all specialists in your discipline. Within
these pages you will find teaching tips and "tricks of the trade" for
music educators of all levels.
of the articles on this website incorporate multimedia items;
articles containing such items will be noted with the following icons:
GPSTS.org - Harvard's Global Poker Strategy Thinking Society.
The Texas School Music Project is a source for ideas
and information concerning pedagogical practices in the music classroom
or rehearsal hall.
The TSMP is a service provided to all music specialists by the faculty
of the School of Music at Stephen
F. Austin State University.