Performing Arts Ensembles and Performance Instruction Materials

Performing Arts Ensembles

For performing groups (Jazz, Dixieland Jazz, German Band, Herald Trumpet, Brass) click on the link below to go to the Dallas Metroplex Brass site

Dallas Metroplex Brass

For Information on hiring any of the above groups, please contact John W. Flohr.

FYVE Woodwind Quintet (Southeastern PA)

For information on hiring the Woodwind Quintet, please contact Julie Drey.

SATORI Chamber Music Ensemble ( Southeastern PA)

For information on hiring SATORI, please contact Nora Suggs

We are pleased to offer information on obtaining CD recordings of the renowned classical guitarists Carlo Pezzimenti and Brian Clement-Foreman.

[Carlo Pezzimenti] [Brian Clement-Forman]

Performance Instruction Materials

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Storytelling with Music
Robert B. Smith–retired University of Illinois–and John W. Flohr–Professor at Texas Woman’s University–collaborated to produce a must-have book for working with young children. Reviewed at at– “The best in pedagogy meets kindergarten….Through creativity and thoughtful thinking, they portray this art as easy as a singing a lullaby. It is not until you realize that they have unraveled techniques, which will redefine and reinvigorate the ways in which music is transmitted to children, that you realize that a masterpiece is at hand. Many a person in music studies, teaching and even child psychology can benefit from the techniques and ideas mapped out by Flohr and Smith. A must read!” Appropriate for early childhood and elementary aged children. Also appropriate for older children to produce as dramatic short plays for younger children. Contents include fifteen stories from around the world plus two Bible stories and resources including diagrams for flannel board patterns and puppets. Publication date 1998. Price includes shipping in the 48 states. Email us for rates outside the continental U.S.

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Essential Guitar
Acclaimed composer and guitar teacher, Brian Clément-Foreman, professor John W. Flohr and classical guitarist Carlo Pezzimenti wrote essential Guitar. Seven pages of basic theory and guitar tuning begin the book followed by 37 exercises and 10 duets. Twenty pages of supplementary pieces suitable for advancing and advanced players follow the exercises and duets. All of the supplementary pieces are recorded by Carlo Pezzimenti and available on the CDs. A glossary of guitar terms and author biographies complete this valuable addition to guitar study. Publication date 1997. Price includes shipping in the 48 states. Email us for rates outside the continental U.S.

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