Perfect for contests or competitions! Composer Dom Cuccia is a former member of the West Point Band's revered field group The Hellcats.
Author: Dominick Cuccia
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
(Meredith Music Percussion). This fantastic new addition to the rudimental literature for snare drum offers traditional-style rudimental solos presented in not-so traditional ways. These solos are fun to play, and are sure to challenge even the finest drummers! Features jazz-influenced rudimental solos each with flexible tempos inspired by legendary drummers, plus a three-page Rudimental Interpretation Chart. Perfect for contests or competitions! Composer Dom Cuccia is a former member of the West Point Band's revered field group The Hellcats.
Bipolar disorder is a common malady that affects millions of people. It is also one of the most widely misunderstood and difficult to diagnose disorders. One man tells his story with hope and humor about his experiences with the disease. This book is an excellent source for those seeking more information, and it contains reassuring truths for bipolars who are searching for answers and novel ways of coping with the disorder.
From a vantage point over four decades later , I do indeed think that what I did ,
and what those other seven thousand CPS men ... You too can listen carefully for
a more subtle beat with a different rhythm — the beat of your different drummer .
Grad LB B3961 1999 Library of Congress Cataloging - in - Publication Data The beat of a different drummer : essays on educational renewal in honor of John I .
Goodlad / edited by Kenneth A . Sirotnik and Roger Soder . p . cm . Includes ...
Author: Kenneth A. Sirotnik
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
A collection of 20 essays by friends, colleagues, and scholars influenced by Goodlad focus on key ideas in the educator's work while extending and complementing them in the context of their own research and scholarship. Some of the topics explored are curriculum change, global education, K-12 educational change, renewing high schools, and connecting education and community. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
This book is based on Jenny C. Mah's journal of her experiences while working with the government of Southern Sudan to help create the youngest country in the world.
Author: Jenny Mah
Sudan's rich natural resources are the most sought-after prize in the world today. This book is based on Jenny C. Mah's journal of her experiences while working with the government of Southern Sudan to help create the youngest country in the world. It is a behind the scenes look at some of the human challenges in Sudan's transition from a traditional culture to a modern society.
Discovery the business you are really in! This book is about 'mindset' and the way entrepreneurs think, which is different than most people who walk out the door each day to go to a job.
Author: David Wolfe
Category: Business & Economics
Discovery the business you are really in! This book is about 'mindset' and the way entrepreneurs think, which is different than most people who walk out the door each day to go to a job. Learn how successful business owners think about the world, their business, and how to get the two to attract each other.
"To the Beat of a Different Drummer" is a social studies and fine arts lesson that explores the relationship between music and culture, intended for use with students in grades 6-12.
Author: Curtis Monk
Category: Biography & Autobiography
"To the Beat of a Different Drummer" is a social studies and fine arts lesson that explores the relationship between music and culture, intended for use with students in grades 6-12. Katherine Schulten and Debbie Branker Harrod created this lesson, which is based on a "New York Times" article. The lesson includes objectives, procedures, and extension activities. The Learning Network, a service of the New York Times Co., provides the lesson online as part of the Daily Lesson Plan Teacher Connections educational tool.
And then woven into all this he began to hear a distinct measured beat . He
stopped to listen . It could be a drum . It continued – from behind a wall of
greenery — and then he glimpsed a flash of red . Ever since first reading about
that " different ...
Author: Michael Noonan
Publisher: St. Lucia, Qld. : University of Queensland Press
Pages 85-87 refers to Tom, (portrait p. 164) one of four remaining descendants of four hundred who had lived on Dunk Island before clashes with Europeans; his Indigenous knowledge; pp. 161-169 refer to hunting, gathering and fishing; death; rock /cave art; corroborees and Government settlements.
John Harbert's story tells about one great man's work, his struggles and successes; the lessons he learned and the heights he accomplished. Born in the Roaring 20's, he became a legend in his own times.