A History of Music of the Western World (1100-1980)
Tapes C3 - C14
Includes music and explanation of musical era or style
C3. New Arts for Old: Medieval Music 1100-1480 by Dr. Christopher Page
C4. Musick's Feaste: Music of the Renaissance 1480-1600 by Anthony Rooley
C5. A Pearl Distorted: The Baroque Period 1600-1750 by Christopher Hogwood and Michael Oliver
C6. Sonata and the Creative Ideal: The Classical Period 1750-1830 by Alan Hacker
C7. Expression and Extravagance: The Romantic Period 1830-1900 by Norman Del Mar and John Amis
C8. Reaction and Revolution: The Modern Period 1900-1945 by Dr. Wilfred Meller
C9. Contemporary Music 1945-1980 by Hugh Wood
C10. Approaches to Popular Music by Edward Lee and Graham Vulliamy
C11. From Cave to Cavern: The History of Percussion Instruments by James Blades
C12. Islands in the Sun: The Story of Reggae and Calypso by Felix Cross
C13. A Jug of This: An Introduction to English Folk Music by Roy Palmer
C14. Instruments Around the World by Andy Jackson
C15. Listening to Learn, Vol. 1 featuring Weekley & Arganbright (one piano, four hands)
Repertoire selected from their editions: Five Joplin Rags, Four American Folk Songs, Three Baroque Pieces, Four Joplin Waltzes, Twice as Nice, Vol. 1
C17. The Beginnings of Music (through the Middle Ages) and The Renaissance 1400-1600 by Brad Thompson
C18. The Romantic Period 1800-1900 and The Twentieth Century 1900-Present (1987) by Brad Thompson
C19. The Five Dollar Job and Performance (part one): You Can Be a Great Performer by Brad Thompson
C20. Mr. Bach Comes to Call. Fun, drama, music and history combine in this tale of enchantment when Mr. Bach (with over two dozen musical excerpts) drops in on a young girl at the piano.
C21. Clementi: Six Sonatinas, Opus 36 performed by Diane Hidy, Piano
C22. J. S. Bach: Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach and Two-part Inventions performed by Diane Hidy, Piano
C23. Kabalevsky: Thirty Children's Pieces, Op. 27 and Twenty-four Little Pieces, Op. 39 performed by Diane Hidy, Piano
C25. A Waltz Through the Life of Frederic Chopin by David Northington at 1995 MTNA National Conference (interesting tape but presenter had bad cold)
C26. Structuring Successful Learning Experience Through Pro-active Teaching by Robert Duke at 1995 MTNA National Conference
C27. The Performance Portfolio: Insight into Student Perception by Joanne Haroutounian at 1995 MTNA National Conference
C28. My Favorite Class is Music Theory by Chris Chalfant at 1992 MTNA National
C29. Opening Doors to Twentieth Century Repertoire by Kathleen Murray at 1992 MTNA National Conference
C30. Piano Lessons: Gain Without Pain by Dennis Siebenaler at 1992 MTNA National Conference
C31. The Learning Process and the Keyboard Teacher by Marienne Uszler at 1992 MTNA National Conference
C32. Developing Activities for Students - 1992 by Donahoe, Grys, Turner, Stephenson at
1992 MTNA National Conference
C44. The Elements of Jazz Beyond Improvisation by Lee Evans at 2000 MTNA National Conference.
C46. The Joy of Music - A Personal Journey in Teaching by Richard Killmer at 2000 MTNA National Conference
C47. MTNA MusicLink: Extending the Chain by Joanne Haroutounian at 2000 MTNA National Conference. Since then, MusicLink has become a separate foundation but it's goals remain the same.
C51. Basic Music Psychology By Marcie Zinn at the 1996 ISMTA State Convention with 2 new letters
C55. Teaching Tips and New Music for Intermediate Students by Dennis Alexander, Martha Mier and Catherine Rollin (Alfred Publishing Company) at 2002 MTNA National Conference.
C61. The Alexander Technique for Musicians: A Whole Body Approach to Playing Your Instrument by Robert Bedford at 2002 MTNA National Conference
C62. Interactive Repertoire Classes: Opportunities for Growth by Marvin Blickenstaff at 2002 MTNA National Conference
C63. Pre-Jazz: Preparing Students to Begin Jazz Study by Anne Collins at 2002 MTNA
C66. Preparing College Auditions by a panel of vocal clinicians including Martha Randall, Clayne Robison and one other person at 2003 MTNA National Conference/NATS Spring Workshop
C67. Teaching the Adult Amateur Singer by Cynthia Dewey at 2003 MTNA National Conference/NATS Spring Workshop
C68. Changing Voices (2 tapes) by a panel including Dr. Kenneth Phillips, Martha Randall and Dr. Clifton Ware at 2003 MTNA National Conference/NATS Spring Workshop
C69. Teaching Kids to Sing by Dr. Kenneth Phillips at 2003 MTNA National Conference/NATS Spring Workshop
C71. Cakewalkin' on the Keys - A Look at Beginning Jazz Piano Methods by Tony Caramia at 2003 MTNA National Conference
C72. Practice Techniques to Inspire Development of Your Independent Studio - Achieving Great Expectations by Irene Peary-Fox and Scott McBride Smith at 2003 MTNA National Conference
C73. Learning to Be a Successful Performer by Shirlee Emmons at 2003 MTNA National Conference
C75. Gold Medal Practice: What Musicians Can Learn from Research into Sports Training by Scott Donald at 2003 MTNA National Conference
C76. Common Challenges for Young Piano Teachers by Lori Rhoden (Ball State
University) at 2004 MTNA National Conference
V10. YOUNG PIANIST- MINI WORKSHOP
Featuring Walter and Carol Noona.
V11. BAROQUE DANCES (1600-1750)
A brief summary of Baroque dance characteristics is followed by dance performances to that particular Baroque dance music. Demonstrations include the polonaise, French courante, sarabande, minuet and galliarde. Dancers wear leotards which allow better visual of dance movement than Baroque dress with the full skirts would give. Colorado Music Teachers Association. 10 minutes.
V12.V13.V14. KEYBOARDS TODAY! Parts 1, 2 and 3.
Taught by Sandra Bostrom. Basic chording, note reading and the use of
percussion on your keyboard. Casio keyboards. Valiant Educational Videos. Each tape about 60 minutes.
V15. KEYBOARDS TODAY! Part 4.
Rock and Pop styles with Sandra Bostrom. Includes improvising from both chordal style and melodic style, rhythm changes, chord substitutes and how to use a sequencer. Valiant Educational Videos. 60 minutes.
V16. NWSMTA MASTER CLASS with DR. DONALD ISAAK
From NWSMTA master class in January 1994. Repertoire includes: Bach's Fughetta in G; Haydn's Sonata in F, Hob. XVI/23 (first movement); Chopin's Nocturne in Db, Op. 27, No. 2; Debussy's Un Petit Negre; Khachaturian's Sonatina in C (first movement). About 65 minutes.
CDR3. Music Games, The Most Fun Way to Learn Music Theory!
Provides an innovative and fun way for piano students to learn important music theory concepts. Note names, rhythm, intervals, music terms & more are covered in an entertaining, interactive software environment. For PC and Mac.