December 1st 2007, Dr. Phillip W. Serna ‘Early Strings Advocacy – Introducing Renaissance and Baroque String Repertoire on Period Instruments to Classrooms’ was published as part of The String Teacher’s Cookbook: Creative Recipes for a Successful Program.
From Meredith Music Publications:
“This valuable collection of quick-to-read yet deeply insightful strategies is like finding expert trade secrets all placed in one easy, quick-to-read source. Contributors to the book were even eager to get a look at each other’s ideas. With outstanding records of performance, workshop clinics, recordings, research, composition, leadership, and teaching, the 57 authors provide their favorite “recipes” that range from overviews of successful programs to specific topics that will inspire all levels and types of ensembles and performers.”
For more information on The String Teacher’s Cookbook, visit http://www.meredithmusic.com/the-string-teachers-cookbook.