Rowman & Littlefield Publishers / National Association for Music Education (NAfME)
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978-1-4758-3870-1 • Spiral bound • October 2017 • $50.00 • (£38.00) - Currently out of stock. Copies will arrive soon.
978-1-4758-3871-8 • eBook • October 2017 • $47.00 • (£34.00)
Dr. Lois Veenhoven Guderian enjoys a multifaceted career as an educator, composer, author, conductor, performer, researcher, clinician, adjudicator, educator of educators, program designer and designer/educator of online music courses for higher education. Currently the Music Education Coordinator at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, Lois has worked tirelessly throughout her career to develop innovative, effective ways to engage all children, youth and adults – in any given school or setting – in music education. Her efforts in research and practice have resulted in new models of arts education and teacher preparation, and international programs, publications and music for the world community.
FOREWORD (by Bennett Reimer)AUTHOR’S INTRODUCTIONTEACHING TIPSPLAYING THE SOPRANO RECORDER AND THE NATIONAL STANDARDS FOR MUSIC EDUCATION KNOW THE LAYOUT OF PLAYING THE SOPRANO RECORDER USES IN VARIOUS EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS
The clarity and organization found in Dr. Lois Guderian’s recorder text is exceptional. Each lesson provides educators with a framework for applying the new National Standards for Music Education in a meaningful and deliberate way in teaching the recorder combined with other content areas of music education. Playing the Soprano Recorder is an excellent illustration of high-quality pedagogy and has proven to be a useful resource in preparing education majors and music education majors for the classroom.
— Brett Jones, PhD, Music Department Chair, Professor of Percussion, University of Wisconsin-Superior