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Your monthly GIML missive
New England GIML Presents: A Taste of MLT
WCSU NAfME and New England GIML present "A Taste of MLT: Different Flavors of Music Learning Theory" with Benjamin Steinhardt, James Kessler, and Jen Doiron.
November 12, 2022, 9:00am - 12:00pm Eastern Time
In-person at the WCSU Visual & Performing Arts Center, room 108, Danbury CT
Early Childhood Q&A and Repertoire Share
Join Carin McEvoy, and bring your favorite early childhood composition!
Sunday, November 13th, 6-7 pm ET
Postponed: NY-GIML Fall Workshop
Unfortunately, due to illness, NY-GIML has to postpone the November 5th workshop with Natasha Sigmund "Facilitating Creative Experiences in the Music Classroom." Look out for news on rescheduling and more NY-GIML events soon!
From the Historian Committee: Sugar Loaf Seminar Recordings
Please enjoy this sample from the Gordon Archive
The Sugar Loaf seminars were held every summer for ten years and several of these seminars were recorded. These recordings, along with many others, can be found online in the Edwin E. Gordon Archive of University of South Carolina.
In the Seminars section of the Archive Resources, you can access:
- Sugar Loaf Seminar recordings from 1982-1987
- 1987 VanderCook Seminar
- 1988 Summer Workshop at Temple University
- Dr. Gordon's lectures on Measurement & Evaluation from 1990; Music Learning Theory I from 1990; Music Learning Theory II from 1991; and Tennessee Arts Academy from 1991
Gordon Davignon, Historian
Denise Guilbault, PhD
Diane Lange, PhD
Each month, one GIML member shares a video teaching a tune to expand our repertoire and connect us through musicking.
Thank you to this month's contributor, Sadie Friedman, for sharing her tune.
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