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Two Steps Forward - Josh Gottry [DIGITAL]

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Genre: Marimba, Xylophone, Bells, Vibraphone (2-mallet)
# of Players: 1
Level: Easy to Medium Easy
Publisher: C. Alan Publications | Copyright: 2020

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26200D
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  • Notes & Instrumentation

    Two Steps Forward is a method book that provides a logical and systematic approach to aid beginning keyboard percussionists in developing strong reading skills. Included in this collection are over thirty progressive etudes, numerous short sight-reading phrases, scale drills, rhythm checks, and structured composition and improvisation opportunities, along with six recital-ready solos.

    Genre: Marimba, Xylophone, Bells, Vibraphone (2-mallet)
    # of Players: 1 | Level: Easy to Medium Easy

    Instrumentation
    Marimba, Xylophone, Bells, or Vibraphone

    Program Notes
    The phrase “one step forward, two steps back,” quickly brings to mind the hopeless feeling of continuous motion without any progress. In striking contrast, the reverse “two steps forward, one step back,” is a powerfully effective approach when applied toward any study or pursuit. All individuals learn best in small, bite-sized pieces, and retain best when the concepts learned are reviewed frequently. Each step in this method book is short – just a few lines – and the concepts introduced are reviewed consistently throughout the process.

    This logical and systematic approach is carefully designed to aid beginning keyboard percussionists in developing strong reading skills. Included in this collection are over thirty progressive etudes, numerous short sight-reading phrases, scale drills, rhythm checks, and structured composition and improvisation opportunities, along with six recital-ready solos.

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    1. 9th graders delight

      I'm working on curriculum for 9th grade percussionists for next year and plan on using Josh's book as a way of getting them all on the same page (pun intended) with note reading. It is working well for my 5thand 6th grade students as well. on May 19th 2020

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