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Volume 71, No. 4


http://www.njmea.org FEATURES


24 Using A Differentiated Rhythmic And Melodic Notation System For Special Learners In All Musical Settings, Brian Wagner


28 Mindsets, Motivation, And Performance: 12 Tips For The Music Educator, Marjorie LoPresti


32 The Power Of A Guitar, Thomas Amoriello 34 New Work For Clarinet And Wind Ensemble Burns Brightly, Joseph D’Auguste


36 Recap Of NJMEA Elementary Music Webinars From The 2016-2017 School Year, Amy Burns


44 The Student Teacher In The Guitar Classroom, Thomas Amoriello & Michael Newman 42 Your Front Ensemble: Mic’ing, Mixing, & Modern Sounds: Marcus Neudigate 46-49 NJMEA 2017-2018 Calendar 51 NJMEA Salutes New Jersey’s Outstanding All-State Musicians


MAY 2017


DEPARTMENTS AND NJMEA BUSINESS


Advertisers Index & Web Addresses ......71 Board of Directors ................................68 Division Chair News ......................... 6-20 Editor’s Message ......................................4 Editorial Policy & Advertising Rates .....70 In Memoriam ................................. 66-67 Past-Presidents ......................................70 President’s Message ............................. 2-3 Resource Personnel ...............................69 Round the Regions ......................... 64-65


FORMS AND APPLICATIONS See NJMEA.ORG


“Forms and Documents” for downloadable


copies of all forms & applications


All-State HS Orchestra Scales ...............58 All-State Int. Orchestra Scales ...............59 All-State Orchestra Solo List .................60 All-State Band Solo List ........................61 Marching Band Festival Application .....50 Opera Festival Application ....................62 NAfME Membership ............................88


ATTENTION MEMBERS: Please go to nafme.org to record email and address changes.


TEMPO Editor - Thomas A. Mosher 80 Jumping Brook Drive, Lakewood, NJ 08701 Phone: 732-367-7194 e-mail: tmosher@njmea.org


Deadlines: October Issue - August 1


January Issue - November 1 March Issue - January 15 May Issue - March 15


All members should send address changes to: mbrserv@nafme.org or


NAfME, 1806 Robert Fulton Drive Reston, VA 22091


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The New Jersey Music Educators Association is a state unit of the National Association for Music Education and an affiliate of the New Jersey Education Association. It is a nonprofit membership organization.


TEMPO (ISSN 0040-3016) is published four times during the school year: October, January, March and May. It is the official publication of the New Jersey Music Educators Association. The subscription rate for non-members is $20.00 per year. The subscription for members is included in the annual dues.


A copy of dues receipts (Subscriptions) is retained by the NJMEA Treasurer. Inquiries regarding advertising rate, closing dates, and the publication of original articles should be sent to the Editor.


Volume 71, No. 4, MAY 2017 TEMPO Editor - Thomas A. Mosher, 80 Jumping Brook Drive, Lakewood, NJ 08701


Periodicals Postage Paid at Lakewood, NJ 08701 and additional entries


POSTMASTER: Please forward address changes to: NAfME


1806 Robert Fulton Drive Reston, VA 20191


NJMEA In-Service Conference


February 22-24, 2018 East Brunswick, NJ


NAfME In-Service Conference


November 12-15, 2017 Dallas, TX


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