(Instructional). qThere is only one Eddie Green and, without question, his name is permanently etched in band history.q On Teaching Band includes: An extensive, insightful interview with Eddie Green on his early career and development of his teaching methods Comprehensive, step-by-step techniques for all aspects of beginning wind instruction Guidelines for organizing a band program Tips on resumes, interviews, and securing a position Practical advice on relationships with administrators, parents, and colleaguesThe fingers make finger patterns and help to create the aflat Ca. o Place the fleshy finger pads over the rings. ... Remember to keep your hands soft. o Lean the clarinet back on a shoulder and look at the fingers. o Make sure to feel all parts of the ring with the ... hole with no silver ring. o Place the thumb over the hole on the back of the clarinet so that the thumb is just aware of the long, skinny (register) key.
|Title||:||On Teaching Band: Notes from Eddie Green|
|Author||:||Mary Ellen Cavitt|
|Publisher||:||Hal Leonard Corporation - 2012-07-01|