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From the Stage to the Studio: How Fine Musicians Become Great Teachers Paperback – May 28, 2012
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"I love what this book says about the art of music. When I think of how many years, master teachers, serendipitous or just fortuitous moments of realization and connection between body and soul, how many once-in-a-lifetime revelations I have accumulated and, NOW, to find it all in one book! I am stunned, amazed, and forever grateful." --Richard Stoltzman, Grammy Award-Winning Clarinetist
"From the Stage to the Studio is an essential keystone for any musician who wishes to build a career that arches between the pillars of performing and teaching. Its guidance is strong, thorough, inspirational, and practical, including everything you need to know, as well as workbook activities that help you grasp your own personal understandings and lifelong learning goals. I recommend it highly." --Eric Booth, International arts learning consultant, author of The Music Teaching Artist's Bible (Oxford, 2009)
"From the Stage to the Studio is amazingly comprehensive. The insightful, practical and creative advice of Watkins and Scott exceed what could be taught in years of pedagogy courses or private lessons. Kudos to the authors on their infinitely practical suggestions, which will be invaluable to musicians, teachers and their students!" -Barry Green, Bassist, Author of Inner Game of Music, The Mastery of Music, and Bringing Music to Life
"This is not just a great book about music education - it is a great book about music and
what it can mean to people." --The Strad
About the Author
Cornelia Watkins is Lecturer of Music at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music.
Laurie Scott is Associate Professor of Music and Human Learning at The University of Texas at Austin.
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This is a systematic book. It takes you to a point where you can help your students acquire their level of expertise. It is the book written by experience Professors in the field. The literature is made very tutorial and practical.