New York, NY — Carl Fischer Music could not be prouder to announce a new choral method book from Denise Eaton, Jan Juneau, and Sally Schott: InSight Singing: A Multi-Sensory Approach to Reading Music (CMF6 - $8.99). Imagine your students becoming independent sight-readers! This book provides a systematic process for improving the following: sight-singing skills, integration of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning styles in reading music, and overall musicianship. The learning strategies which accompany the melodies presented in this text incorporate all senses through multisensory learning. These ideas give direction to the learner and the teacher in developing the necessary musical skills and confidence to sight-sing in a manner which includes musical accuracy while encouraging good vocal technique. Using this type of consistent, thoughtful organization of concepts, students can learn to be secure in their abilities as music readers, as well as becoming “insightful singers.”
The authors have a total of more than 100 years of teaching experience, ranging from elementary to college level. Each of these outstanding music educators is a frequent presenter at state and regional conferences and school district staff development sessions. Denise Eaton, Choral Editor for Carl Fischer Music Publications and BriLee Music Company, has created successful and widely used publications for the teaching of sight reading. Jan Juneau has served as a contributing author/editor for the state adopted textbooks Essential Elements for Choir and Experiencing Choral Music. Sally Schott has coordinated the writing team for the state adopted textbooks Sing! and Something to Sing About, produced DVDs featuring Sandra Snow, Paul Salamunovich, and Weston Noble, and collaborated on sight reading books for mixed, treble and tenor bass choirs.
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