Handouts for selected Paper, Poster, & Workshop sessions

can be

accessed at the links below:

 

 

Day Two: August 9

Lucinda Geoghegan: Singing Games and Dances

 

Chantal Bigot-Testaz: La Schola cantorum de Paris et son influence dans le monde musical au début du vingtième siècle

 

Rebecca Brown & Sarah Landis: I Can Play That! Multi-Level Beginner String Arrangements Inspired by an Aural-Based Methodology

 

Heidi Saario: Colour Keys PIANO ABC--An Innovative Method for Young Beginner Piano Students

 

Denise Gagne: Listening Lessons that will Engage your Students

 

David Vinden: The Importance of Two-Part Hearing Development (A Very Practical Workshop)

 

Day Three: August 10

Susan Harvey: I Get by with a Little Help from My Friends

 

Janos Horvath: Memorization, Dictation and Improvisation: Completing the Circle of Learning

 

Sandra Knudson: The Engaging Choral Classroom: Circle Up!

 

Jonathan C. Rappoport: Not so Simple: The History and Life of "Simple Gifts."

 

Carla Trott & Emma Ritchie: Emerging Music Teachers Network

 

Day Four: August 11

Susan Brumfield: Music, Le Coeur des Cajun: Children's Songs & Games from the Cajun Culture of South Louisiana

 

Tess Laird: I do, We do, You do...Ways to Enhance Music Pedagogy Using the Elements of Explicit Instruction in a Spiral Curriculum

 

Nancy Telfer: How and Why the Canadian Choral Scene Has Flourished

 

Connie Foss More: Circling Back: Fresh Ideas in Archives

 

 

Day Five: August 12

Susan Brumfield & Lisa Rogers & Apocalypso Now: Brown Girl in the Ring: Song Games from the Eastern Carribean