Professional Piano Teaching, Volume 1 (2nd Edition)

Jeanine M. Jacobson

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Erschienen im Januar 2016

ISBN-10 1470626497
ISBN-13 9781470626495

Instrument/e: Klavier
Produktformat: Buch

Reihe: Professional Piano Teaching

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Professional Piano Teaching offers a practical guide to the art of piano teaching. Volume 1, now available as an updated second edition, is an excellent introduction to the profession of teaching piano. This revised second edition has been expanded to include chapters on teaching adult students and teaching popular, sacred, and other familiar music. Designed to serve as a basic text for a first-semester or lower-division piano pedagogy course, it provides an overview of learning principles and a thorough approach to essential aspects of teaching elementary-level students. Special features include discussions on how to teach, not just what to teach; numerous musical examples; chapter summaries; and suggested projects for new and experienced teachers. Topics: The Art of Professional Piano Teaching * Principles of Learning * Beginning Methods * Teaching Beginners and Elementary Students * Teaching Rhythm and Reading * Teaching Technique and Musical Sound Development * Elementary Performance and Study Repertoire * Developing Musicality in Elementary Students * Group Teaching * Teaching Preschoolers * Teaching Adults * Teaching Popular, Sacred, and Other Familiar Music * The Business of Piano Teaching * Evaluation of Teaching. 428 pages. Index.
• Acknowledgments
• Advantages and Disadvantages of Group and Private Instruction
• Advantages of Preschool Music Experiences
• Applying Principles of Discovery Learning and Systematic Presentation
• Appropriate Hand and Finger Positions
• Assigning Homework
• Categories of Adult Piano Students
• CHAPTER 10: Teaching Preschoolers
• CHAPTER 11: Teaching Adults
• CHAPTER 12: Teaching Popular, Sacred, and Other Familiar Music
• CHAPTER 13: The Business of Piano Teaching
• CHAPTER 14: Evaluation of Teaching
• CHAPTER 1: The Art of Professional Piano Teaching
• CHAPTER 2: Principles of Learning
• CHAPTER 3: Beginning Methods
• CHAPTER 4: Teaching Beginners and Elementary Students
• CHAPTER 5: Teaching Rhythm and Reading
• CHAPTER 6: Teaching Technique and Musical Sound Development
• CHAPTER 7: Elementary Performance and Study Repertoire
• CHAPTER 8: Developing Musicality in Elementary Students
• CHAPTER 9: Group Teaching
• Characteristics Common to All Professionals
• Characteristics of Preschool Music Teachers
• Characteristics of Preschoolers
• Characteristics of Professional Piano Teachers
• Choosing a Beginning Method
• Coaching Pieces
• Common Problems of Beginners
• Communicating with Parents
• Concepts and Skills Covered in Early Instruction
• Contents
• Correction of Errors
• Counting Approaches
• Determining the Difficulty of Pieces
• Determining Tuition
• Developing a Lesson Plan Using One Piano Solo
• Developing a Teaching Philosophy
• Diagnosing Problems in Pieces
• Discovery Learning and Rote Learning
• Equipment and Materials for Preschool General Musicianship Instruction
• Equipment, Materials and Games
• Experience and Follow-Through
• First-Year Goals
• From the Known to the Unknown
• General Characteristics of Adult Piano Students
• General Musicianship Approaches for Teaching Music to Preschool Students
• General Strategies for Teaching Adults
• General Teaching Strategies
• Good Learning Habits
• Hand Independence
• Helpful Questions for Developing a Personal Teaching Philosophy
• How to Acquire Students
• Index
• Individual Learning Styles
• Knowing the Teaching Literature
• Lesson Planning
• Lesson Plans and Assignments
• Lesson Plans and Assignments
• Methods for Special Age Groups
• Moving Out of Hand Positions
• Musical Activities for Preschoolers
• Musical Goals for Teaching Preschoolers
• Musical Sound Development
• Note-Reading Approaches
• Observation and Evaluation
• Organizing Pieces in the Proper Teaching Order
• Other Technical Skills and Concepts
• Playing Other Familiar Music
• Playing Popular Music
• Playing Sacred Music
• Playing Scales
• Policies and Policy Statements
• Preface
• Preparing Piece Summaries
• Preparing to Teach Group Lessons
• Presenting New Pieces
• Prevention of Errors
• Professional Resources for Piano Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for Experienced Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Projects for New Teachers
• Record Keeping
• Role of the Parent in Preschool Music
• Role of the Teacher in Preschool Music
• Role-Playing and Peer Teaching
• Scheduling
• Scheduling Group Lessons
• Selecting and Evaluating Teaching Materials
• Simultaneous Achievement of Multiple Goals
• Sound, Feel, Symbol, Name
• Specific Criteria for Evaluating a Beginning Method
• Starting a Beginning Student
• Summary
• Summary
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• Summer Lessons
• Teaching Piano to Preschool Students
• Teaching Reading
• Teaching Rhythm
• Teaching With or Without Printed Methods
• The Natural Way to Play---Good Posture
• The Role and Development of the Fingers
• The Role of Aural Development
• The Role of Creative Activities
• The Role of Ensemble Playing
• The Role of Mood, Emotion and Character
• The Role of Music Literacy
• The Role of the Whole Arm
• Traits of Effective Teaching
• Trial and Error
• Types of Group Lessons
• Using Digital Pianos in Group Instruction
• Varied Activities
• Where to Teach
• Whom to Teach
• Working on Practiced Pieces
ErschienenJan 2016
Autor/enJeanine M. Jacobson
ReiheProfessional Piano Teaching
Publisher GroupALFRED
ProduktformatBuch
Instrument/eKlavier
InstrumentenfamilieTasteninstrumente
SchwierigkeitsgradElementary
Status CodeREL