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The Music Teacher's Companion
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Introduction [Paul Harris / Richard Crozier] ; Chapter 1 - Teachers and pupils [Paul Harris] ; Chapter 2 - Age and Approach [Paul Harris / Richard Crozier] ; Chapter 3 - Lessons [Paul Harris / Richard Crozier] ; Chapter 4 - Motivation [Paul Harris / Robert Schumann] ; Chpater 5 - Monitoring Your Work [Paul Harris / Joni Mitchell] ; Chapter 6 - Teaching Rhythm [Paul Harris] ; Chapter 7 - Teaching Sight-Reading [Paul Harris / Adam Carse] ; Chapter 8 -Teaching Scales [Paul Harris / David Sawer] ; Chapter 9 - Teaching Aural Skills [Paul Harris / Robert Schumann] ; Chapter 10 - Improvising and Composing [Paul Harris / Robert Schumann] ; Chapter 11 - Simultaneous Learning [Paul Harris] ; Chapter 12 - Group Teaching [Paul Harris / Richard Crozier] ; Chapter 13 - Teaching Pupils with Special Requirements [Paul Harris / Richard Crozier] ; Chapter 14 - Practice [Paul Harris / Kenneth Alford] ; Chapter 15 - Preparation and Performance [Paul Harris] ; Chapter 16 - Examinations [Paul Harris] ; Chapter 17 - Competitions and Festivals [Paul Harri

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'Harris and Crozier have produced a book that few serious teachers of music would wish to be without.' TES 17/11/2000 'Authors Paul Harris and Richard Crozier intend that the book be both sympathetic towards and stimulating for music teachers. In both aims they succeed... This useful book is clearly and authoritatively written and thoroughly covers the considerations of instrumental teachers.' The Strad Nov '00 'All considered, there is not a chapter too many in what must surely be the first and unbetterable vade mecum of its kind for instrumental and singing teachers wishing to renew their teaching troth in line with the changing demands of the new Millennium.' EPTA Piano Journal 'This guide is an absolute must for music teachers... it will focus and stimulate the interaction between pupil/student and the teacher. I can highly recommend this publication to every serious teacher.' The Recorder Magazine Spring 2001 'I was very impressed with this book... it will become essential reading material for all instrumental teachers. It is full of useful and sensible advice. The book is well presented... If you teach and haven't got a copy yet, I urge you to order one today.' Flutewise December 2000 'a major piece of writing covering good teaching practice, motivation, strategy, with bags of advice and intelligent curriculum guidance. It is also quite entertaining and readable!' Piano Jan/Feb 2001 'It is well laid out, looks good (lots of cartoons), it's easy to read and informative.' ESTA News & Views Spring 2001 '... a stimulating compendium... A very interesting and helpful book.' Clarinet & Saxophone Spring 01 'pertinent to all private teachers... presentation and organisation are excellent' Music Teacher May 2001 '... eminently readable... much sound advice... a valuable and wide-ranging book' British Journal of Music Education (CUP) Vol 18/2 2001 'a good basic resource' Ensemble, MMA Sept 01 'a supportive and encouraging handbook in which you will find positive ideas and sensible advice, new angles to well-known problems ... mandatory reading for all music teachers who wish to offer the best possible service to their students.' Australian Music Teacher May-June 2002

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