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Note-for-Note Vocal Transcript These books include all vocal leads and harmony parts, with all inflections indicated. The accompaniment is a piano reduction of all the instrumental tracks of the song, with chord labels. The transcriptions in these books can be used in a variety of situations: with a band, with a sequencer, with a tape recorder, or singing solo. Whatever your purpose is, you can now sing the songs exactly as the original artists recorded them!
Jane Trotter Jane Trotter Jane Trotter graduated from Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand, with a B.A. in English, a bachelor's degree in piano performance and a post-graduate diploma. In 1991 she completed her LTCL performer's diploma, and in 1996 was awarded a Royal School of Music Centenary Travel Grant Scholarship, with which she traveled to London and studied at the Royal College of Music, where she gained her LRSM teaching diploma. Jane has extensive experience as a private piano teacher in her studio and in local schools and has instructed students of various ages. Keenly involved in Dunedin's music environment, Jane has adjudicated local competitions, teaches beginning recorder and clarinet with the Sunday Morning Music Classes and is an active member of the Institute of Registered Music Teachers of New Zealand. Publications by Jane Trotter
Norm Sands Norm Sands Norm Sands began composing motivating music for his beginning recorder students in 1989. Since then, he has gained national attention as a composer of educational music through his compositions for Wide World Music, a division of Shawnee Press, Music K-8 magazine (Plank Road Publishing), and SandSoundS, Norm's own publishing venture, which is now a part of Shawnee Press. Upon receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education from Penn State University in 1985, Norm worked in the Bellefonte Area School District in Pennsylvania as an elementary music specialist. He received several awards during his 11 years as an elementary general music/choral teacher including Outstanding Contributor to Education '89, Outstanding Young Educator '90-'91, and a Citation of Excellence from the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association in 1992. Norm developed curriculum and taught in the REAL (Reinventing Education for Active Learning) Initiative in Bellefonte from 1993 to 1995.From 1995-1998, Norm was an elementary music specialist in Deep South Texas where he was nominated Teacher of the Year in two different school districts. Publications by Norm Sands
Timothy Broege Timothy Broege Born November 6, 1947 and raised in Belmar, New Jersey, composer Timothy Broege studied piano and theory with Helen Antonides during his childhood years. At Northwestern University, he studied composition with M. William Karlins, Alan Stout and Anthony Donato, piano with Frances Larimer, and harpsichord with Dorothy Lane, receiving a Bachelor of Music with Highest Honors degree in 1969. From 1969 to 1971, he taught in the Chicago Public School system, after which he served as an elementary school music teacher in Manasquan, New Jersey until 1980. He currently holds the positions of Organist and Director of Music at First Presbyterian Church in Belmar, a position he has held since 1972, and Organist and Director of Music at the historic Elberon Memorial Church in Elberon, New Jersey. The music of Timothy Broege has been performed throughout the world by, among others, the Monmouth Symphony Orchestra, the U.S. Military Academy Band, the Atlantic String Quartet, the Cygnus Ensemble, pianist Robert Pollock, and recorder player Jody Miller. He has received numerous grants and commissions, and his music is published by Boosey & Hawkes, Manhattan Beach Music, Hal Leonard Corporation, Bourne Company, Daehn Publications, Dorn Publications, Polyphonic Publications, Grand Mesa Music, and Allaire Music Publications. Recordings issued on CD include his Sinfonias V and XVI on Mark Records and his Concerto for Marimba on Klavier. A disc of his harpsichord music was released by Northwestern University in the Music from Northwestern series in 1999. Recent CD releases include Runes and Mets Rule, on Trope Note/Cambria, and No Sun, No Shadow on Albany. His works include the 21 Sinfonias for large ensembles, the series of Songs Without Words for small ensembles, a series of Fantasias for solo instruments, as well as music for voices, keyboards, guitar, recorders and school bands. His music has been featured at the Boston Early Music Festival, the Midwest Band & Orchestra Clinic, and the College Band Directors National Association. He has appeared frequently as a guest composer/conductor and clinician, and has received the Edwin Franko Goldman Award from the American School Band Directors Association. He is a past-president of the Composers Guild of New Jersey, Inc., a member of Early Music America and the Organ Historical Society, and an affiliate of Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI). In addition to his compositional activities, Timothy Broege is an active recitalist on early keyboard instruments and recorder appearing both as a soloist and in duo recitals with guitarist and lutenist Francis Perry. He resides in Bradley Beach, New Jersey. Publications by Timothy Broege
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