Focus on fabulous repertoire to motivate your students! This first book in a new series introduces early elementary students to recital performance, with engaging pieces by Melody Bober, Timothy Brown, Christopher Goldston, Elizabeth W. Greenleaf, Mary Leaf, Edwin McLean, and Kevin Olson. Their wide-ranging styles include original solos and duets, arrangements of famous classical themes, and pieces for Halloween, Christmas, and the Fourth of July all carefully leveled to assure attainable goals. A companion CD of outstanding performances as well as strategies make each volume of In Recital Throughout the Year a multimedia experience, all at an unbeatably low price! Contents include: Distant Bells (Elizabeth Greenleaf); Five O'Clock Rock (Christopher Goldston); The Two-Headed Monster (Kevin Olson); Theme from The Moldau (Smetana, arr. Timothy Brown); Ode to Joy, Theme from Symphony No. 9 (Beethoven, arr. Edwin McLean); Morning from Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 Op. 46 (Grieg, arr. Edwin McLean); Hear the Wind Blowing! (Mary Leaf); Away in a Manger (arr. Melody Bober); When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again (arr. Kevin Olson).
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Helen Marlais' active performance schedule includes solo and collaborative concerts throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Her travels abroad have also included performing and teaching at some of the world's leading conservatories and festivals in Italy, France, Hungary, Turkey, Lithuania, and China. She has performed with members of the Pittsburgh, Minnesota, Grand Rapids, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, and Beijing National Symphony Orchestras. Dr. Marlais is recorded on Gasparo and Centaur record labels, and has had numerous collaborative performances broadcast regionally, nationally and internationally, on radio, television, and the Internet with her husband, clarinetist, Arthur Campbell. She is the Director of Keyboard Publications for The FJH Music Company, and has performed and given workshops at local, state, and national music teachers conventions. She serves on two national committees, the National Piano Performance and Pedagogy Committee and the Piano Pedagogy Curriculum National Task Force, and her articles can be read in Keyboard Companion, The American Music Teacher, and Clavier magazines. Dr. Marlais is an Associate Professor of Piano at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, MI, where she directs a comprehensive piano pedagogy program and coordinates all of the group piano programs. She also hosts an annual piano pedagogy conference, featuring nationally and internationally recognized clinicians and performers. She received her DM in piano performance and pedagogy from Northwestern University and her MM in piano performance from Carnegie Mellon University. She has also held full-time faculty piano positions at the Crane School of Music, S.U.N.Y. at Potsdam, Iowa State University, and Gustavus Adolphus College.
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