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Structuring an Effective Chamber Music Class

Structuring an Effective Chamber Music Class 777466 STAXXX10.1177/0003131318777466American String TeacherWWW.ASTAWEB.COM research-article2018 FEATURE Structuring An EffEctivE chAmbEr muSic clASS By Paul Trapkus String teachers know from experience how beneficial it can percussion, and piano players as long as the teacher can find be to play chamber music. With the right environment and appropriate repertoire to fit them in small groups and the the right group of people, chamber music provides a powerful chamber orchestra. opportunity to isolate some of the most important musical Having multiple performance opportunities for the chamber skills that we strive to teach in orchestra classes, like listening, groups ensures that if a group is not ready to perform for leading, following, and building musical interpretations. It also a particular event, they could continue practicing and goes beyond these important abilities by developing small- perform at the next one. Aside from orchestra concerts, group skills like communication, time management, empathy, these performances could include community events, solo and awareness. Furthermore, as chamber groups are much and ensemble festivals, and recitals. An end-of-year recital easier to form than orchestras, chamber music study provides for your orchestra program allows many performances that skills and repertoire that students can easily transfer to their would not neatly http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American String Teacher SAGE

Structuring an Effective Chamber Music Class

American String Teacher , Volume 68 (3): 5 – Aug 1, 2018

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SAGE
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© 2018, American String Teachers Association
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0003-1313
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2515-4842
DOI
10.1177/0003131318777466
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777466 STAXXX10.1177/0003131318777466American String TeacherWWW.ASTAWEB.COM research-article2018 FEATURE Structuring An EffEctivE chAmbEr muSic clASS By Paul Trapkus String teachers know from experience how beneficial it can percussion, and piano players as long as the teacher can find be to play chamber music. With the right environment and appropriate repertoire to fit them in small groups and the the right group of people, chamber music provides a powerful chamber orchestra. opportunity to isolate some of the most important musical Having multiple performance opportunities for the chamber skills that we strive to teach in orchestra classes, like listening, groups ensures that if a group is not ready to perform for leading, following, and building musical interpretations. It also a particular event, they could continue practicing and goes beyond these important abilities by developing small- perform at the next one. Aside from orchestra concerts, group skills like communication, time management, empathy, these performances could include community events, solo and awareness. Furthermore, as chamber groups are much and ensemble festivals, and recitals. An end-of-year recital easier to form than orchestras, chamber music study provides for your orchestra program allows many performances that skills and repertoire that students can easily transfer to their would not neatly

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Published: Aug 1, 2018

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