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The MIN 2013


MIN Overview

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• Vision

• Benefits

• Master Class

• Practicing

• Percussion

• Switching

• Rental Information

• Instrument trials


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• Parent Information

• This presentation

• Resources: music stores, books, materials

• Syllabus and band handbook, dates, grades

• Permission slips, practice sheets

• Private teachers, musical organizations

• Summer Camps


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• Benefits

• Research on dozens of benefits unique to

band and orchestra

• Advocacy organizations

• Music therapy goals and dozens of benefits

• ABC news report on music benefits

• Self-esteem, confidence, and teamwork


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• Benefits

• Self: Discipline, Motivation, Control

• Reading Skills

• Music Skills

• Bloom’s Taxonomy

• Emotional Development

• Friends and Social Development


Band Vision

• Band from a Biblical World-View

• Demonstrate Godly character and leadership

• Demonstrate superior musical skills

• Demonstrate worship

• Demonstrate harmony of faith & music

• Demonstrate engagement of our culture

with Godly, Christian, patriotic, and virtuous

music


Benefits and Academics

• Music instruction also touches on:

• Math: ratios, sequences, algebraic equations

• Science: classification, invention, physics

• Social Studies: geography, history, culture

• Language: grammar, composition, expression

• Study Skills, problem solving, Obsrv., Int., App.

• Social Skills, teamwork, communication

• Creativity, expression, aesthetics, beauty

• Biblical Literacy: God, music, musicians, worship

• Godly Christian character and Apologetics


Biblical Benefits

• Greatest Commandment Mk. 12:30-31

• “Love the Lord your God with all your heart

and with all your soul and with all your mind

and with all your strength. 31 The second is

this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.”

• Playing music in band involves all these

faculties: emotions, will, our intellect, our

body.

• Band consists of science and art . . .


Biblical Benefits

• Greatest Commandment Mk. 12:30-31

• “Love the Lord your God with all your heart

and with all your soul and with all your mind

and with all your strength. 31 The second is

this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.”

• Playing in a band (not merely learning an

instrument alone) puts kids into a “neighborly

environment.”


• 1Cor. 12:12-27

Biblical Benefits

• We are meant to be in relationships

• Everyone has a role, a place in the body

• Everyone is needed, all have unique functions

• We are meant to develop God-given skills

• We are meant to work together in the Body

• We are meant to work unto the Lord

• We are called to be a part of something

greater than ourselves


• 1Cor. 12:12-27

Biblical Benefits

• Playing in band demonstrates loving your

neighbor as yourself (e.g. honoring the

soloist, deferring to others for pitch, style,

phrasing, dynamics, etc.)

• Honoring one another (solo, soli)

• Being Selfless, not selfish, not self-centered

• Being in something bigger than yourself

• Quality bands are intrinsically Christian


• 1 Chron. 16:42

Biblical Benefits

• “Heman and Jeduthun were responsible for

the sounding of the trumpets and cymbals

and for the playing of the other instruments

for sacred song.”

• Musicians directly worship God

• In what activities do you want your kids

involved?


• Gen. 1:1

Biblical Benefits

• “In the beginning God created the Heavens

and the earth.” (with Is. 6:3, therefore. . . )

• Gen. 1:26

Then God said, “Let us make man in our

image, according to our likeness”

• Gen. 2:7

• “Then LORD God formed a man from the dust

of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils

the breath of life, and the man became a

living being.” (with Ps. 150, therefore. . . )


Master Class & Practicing

• Master class is core teaching time

• 15 recess a week, 1 for specialized instruction

• A free private lesson

• Homework is practice

• Specialized Instruction “Pull-out” Research

• Levels


The Band

• Instrumentation Needed

• Flutes 4-7 Trumpets 5-10

• Clarinets 7-15 Horns 2-4

• Alto Saxes 3-6 Trombones 4-8

• Tenor Saxes 2-5 Baritones 2-4

• Bari Sax 1-2 Tuba 1-3

• Percussion 3-5


Options

• Woodwinds

• Flute

• Clarinet

• Saxophones


Options

• Brass

• Trumpet

• Horn

• Trombone

• Baritone

• Tuba


• Percussion

Options

• Snare Drum

• Mallets

• Bells, Xylophone, Vibraphone

• Timpani

• Auxiliary Percussion

• Cymbal, Wood block, Triangle, Tambourine, etc.

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