An all-star lineup of musicians reflects on the genius and power of Bach, and performs some of his greatest works.
Music History As It Ought To Be Taught by humorist David Barber.
PBS documents the migratory history of blues told by the musicians that lived it.
Stanley Green includes over 300 musicals, spanning 1866-2013 in a combination of history, guide, fact book and photograph album.
Packs a wealth of material into little space and does it in an attractive, colorful, useful format.
Barber's Music History as it Ought to be Taught, Musician's Dictionary, and Messiah Handel--for laughing out loud!
Fostering Musicianship Through Active Listening by Brent M. Gault.
A reenactment of daily life in colonial America where music was a ritual part. Great for music and history classes!
The riveting story of the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra during the time of Hitler.
A musical odyssey from slave-era spirituals to contemporary rap, conducted by multi-talented "tour guide" Kerrigan Black.
This 2-part DVD traces the history of choral music from its beginnings to the present, with many musical examples.
Eight People Who made a Difference in Music, Inventions, Sports, and Science by Patsy Ford Simms.
A Musical Safari of Drumming, Singing and Moving by Denise Hollingworth & Carole Searle.
Ready-to-Use Lessons and Games for Grades PreK-8 by Eric Branscome.
Explore, experiment, and create using everyday items.
by Mark Burrows. Kids tell stories before they write. Kids can compose—put together— before they notate. And they love doing it!
by Mari Schay.
Project these interactive lessons by Jean Eckroth-Riley to provide your students opportunities to improvise and compose.
Interactive Lessons for the Music Classroom by Joan Eckroth-Riley. Integrate orchestration and composition seamlessly. Highly recommended!