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Shelley Jagow, Conductor of the 2009 National Youth Band of Canada

Shelley Jagow, Conductor of the 2009 Alderson-Broaddus Honor Band (Philippi, West Virginia)

BIOGRAPHY

faculty photoShelley M. Jagow, Professor of Music at Wright State University is director of the Symphonic Band and Saxophone Quartet, and professor of Saxophone and Music Education courses. She earned Music Education degrees from the University of Saskatchewan (Canada) and the University of Missouri (Columbia) where mentors included Marvin Eckroth, Dale Lonis, and Wendy Sims. She earned her Ph. D. in Music Education at the Union Institute & University (Cincinnati) where Colonel Timothy Foley, Frank Battisti, and Edward Wingard served as her mentor

She has presented clinics and performances at OMEA (Ohio Music Educators Association), MENC (Music Educators National Conference), NASA (North American Saxophone Alliance), ISME (International Society for Music Education, CMS (College Music Symposium). and the United States Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium. As a Selmer Artist Clinician for both Conducting and Saxophone, Shelley performs with local bands and orchestras, has commissioned works for solo saxophone and ensembles from both national and international composers, and is often invited to present clinics and performances while serving as Honor Band Conductor and adjudicator at local, state, and national levels.

Shelley has published numerous articles in periodicals such as the College Music Symposium Journal, TRIAD, Music Educators Journal, National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors, Canadian Winds, and Canadian Band Journal. Her student saxophone quartet just released their first commercial CD Avion Saxophone Quartet on CDbaby.com. She is a contributing author to The Music Director’s Cookbook (Meredith), Teaching Music Through Performance series (GIA), and is author of the book and DVD of Teaching Instrumental Music: Developing the Complete Band Program (Meredith).
(E-mail: shelley.jagow@wright.edu)
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Shelley Jagow to present at Midwest Clinic 2009 on Wednesday, December 16 at 11:30 AM: Ensemble Circle of Acceptance Setting Expectations for Maximum Performance Potential

SELMER CLINICIAN

Are you interested in inviting Dr. Jagow to visit your school or classroom? Conn-Selmer, Inc. supports Dr. Jagow's eagerness to assist young musicians in their journey of music making and would be happy to travel to your school in any of the following capacities:

PUBLICATIONS

Books:
Teaching Instrumental Music: Developing the COMPLETE Band Program. A unique resource for both novice and experienced band directors gathering effective teaching tools from the best in the field.
  • "So many important facets are uncovered and solutions revealed. It's a must for the library of any serious music educator." H. Robert Reynolds, Director Emeritus of the University of Michigan Bands; Principal Wind Ensemble Conductor, University of Southern California; Conductor, Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings
  • "From creating artistic musical experiences to establishing a first-class organization blueprint, there is no stone left unturned. This is not a book to be recommended, but a book to be REQUIRED." Tim Lautzenheiser, Executive Director of Education, Conn-Selmer, Inc.
The book is published by Meredith Music Publications and is available for purchase at any of the following locations (not an inclusive list): View sample pages fromTeaching Instrumental Music: Developing the COMPLETE Band Program.
  1. Table of Contents; List of Figures and Tables
  2. Index
  3. Bibliography
Compact Disc Recordings Radio Broadcast Performances
  • NPR-FM, National Public Radio; "Performance Today" worldwide broadcast performance of Celebration of Flight by Sy Brandon and performed by Shelley Jagow (alto saxophone) and In-Hong Cha (violin); 12/17/03
  • WDPR-FM, public radio for Dayton, OH; broadcast performance of the post-premiere Celebration of Flight by Sy Brandon and performed by Shelley Jagow (alto saxophone) and In-Hong Cha (violin); 07/27/03
Book Chapters:
  • Whaley, Garwood (ed.) The Pitch Barometer - Measuring Intonation Skills, The Music Director's Cookbook: Creative Recipes for a Successful Program , Galesville, MD: Meredith Music Publications. (2005)
  • Miles, Richard (ed.) Shadow Rituals by Michael Markowski, Teaching Music Through Performance in Band, Vol. VII , Chicago, IL: GIA Music Publications. (2009 release date)
Articles:
  • Please Mind Your P's and Q's.   TRIAD , May-June 2005, Vol. LXXII, No. 6, 36 - 40.
  • The Many Hats of the Music Educator.   TRIAD , February-March 2005, Vol. LXXII, No. 4, 32 - 37.
  • A Bibliography on the Relationship Between Music Performance and Emotional Expression, National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Summer 2004, Vol. LII, No. 4, p. 14 - 17. (R)
  • Wind Band Rehearsal Structure of Selected College Conductors, Canadian Winds, Autumn 2003, Vol. 2, No. 1, 31 - 35.
  • A Biographical Study of and Interview with Frank Erickson 1923 - 1996) TRIAD, December 2000 - January 2001, Vol. LXVIII, No. 3, 17 - 19.
  • What Color Are Black and White Notes? Canadian Band Journal, Fall,1999, Vol. 24, No. 1, 27 - 29. [duplicate publication in SBA Journal and TRIAD, same year]
  • Women Orchestral Conductors in America: An Historical Perspective. College Music Symposium , Vol. 38, 126 - 145.
Reviews:
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2007). Musician's Walk, The: An Ethical Labyrinth .   By James Jordan. Chicago, IL:   GIA Publications, Inc. (2006). Music Educators Journal , tba
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2007). Out of the Blue:   For Saxophone Quartet (SATB) by Frank Ticheli, 2000.   Southern Music Company, San Antonio, TX. Grade 5. Duration 5:30.   NACWPI:   National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Summer 2007, Vol. LVII, No. 4.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2007). Restless:   For Saxophone Quartet (SATB) by Stephen Lias, 2005.   Southern Music Company, San Antonio, TX. Grade 5. Duration 5:30.   NACWPI:   National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Summer 2007, Vol. LVII, No. 4.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2006). Everyday Wisdom for Inspired Teaching .   By Tim Lautzenheiser. Chicago, IL:   GIA Publications, Inc. (2006). Music Educators Journal , September 2006, Vol. 93, No. 1, 18-19.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2006). Practicing Successfully: A Masterclass in the Musical Art .   By Elizabeth A. H. Green. Chicago, IL:   GIA Publications, Inc. (2006). Music Educators Journal , Online archive.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2006). Case Studies in Music Education , 2nd edition.   By Frank Abrahams and Paul D. Head. Chicago, IL:   GIA Publications, Inc. (2006). Music Educators Journal , March 2006, Vol. 92, No. 4, 18-19.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2006). Handbook for the Beginning Music Teacher .   By Colleen M. Conway and Thomas M. Hodgman. Chicago, IL:   GIA Publications, Inc. (2006). Music Educators Journal , January 2007, Vol. 93, No. 3, 18.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2006). I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart:   For Saxophone Quartet (AATB) by Duke Ellington, Henry Nemo, John Redmond, and Irving Mills. Arranged by Mike Lewis, 2003.   Kendor Music, Inc., Delaware, NY. Grade 4. Duration 3:30.   NACWPI:   National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Winter 2006-2007, Vol. LV, No. 2.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2006). Don't Get Around Much Anymore:   For Saxophone Quartet (S (optl A)ATB) by Duke Ellington and Bob Russell. Arranged by Les Sabina, 2003.   Kendor Music, Inc., Delaware, NY. Grade 5. Duration 2:35.   NACWPI:   National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Winter 2006-2007, Vol. LV, No. 2.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2006). The Art of the Fugue: Contrapunctus 2, 4, & 7:   For Saxophone Quartet (SATB) by Johann Sebastian Bach. Transposition by Stephen Pollock, 2003.   Alry Publications, Etc., Inc., Charlotte, NC. Grade 4. NACWPI:   National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Winter 2006-2007, Vol. LV, No. 2.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2006). Journey Into the Light:   For Solo Alto Saxophone and Piano by Elaine M. Ross, 1998. Southern Music Company, San Antonio, TX. Grade 4/5. NACWPI:   National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Winter 2006-2007, Vol. LV, No. 2. (NR)
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2005). Manatee Rag:   For Saxophone Quartet (SATB) by Arthur Frackenpohl, 2003.   Kendor Music, Inc., Delaware, NY. Grade 4. Duration 3:00.   NACWPI:   National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Summer 2005, Vol. LIII, No. 4.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2004). Puttin' On The Ritz:   for Saxophone Quartet (SATB) by Irving Berlin, arranged by Arthur Frackenpohl, 2003. Kendor Music, Inc., 21 Grove Street, PO Box 278, Delevan, New York, 14042-0278.   Grade 4.   Duration 3:00. NACWPI:   National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Summer 2005, Vol. LIII, No. 4.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2005). Rapid Transit:   For Saxophone Quartet (AATB) by Lennie Niehaus, 2003.   Kendor Music, Inc., Delaware, NY. Grade 4. Duration 3:40   NACWPI:   National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Summer 2005, Vol. LIII, No. 4.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2005). Scherzo For Three Saxophones:   For Saxophone Trio (AAA) by Arthur Frackenpohl, 2003.   Kendor Music, Inc., Delaware, NY. Grade 4+. Duration 2:20   NACWPI:   National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Summer 2005, Vol. LIII, No. 4.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2004). Confessions of a First-Year Maestro: A Guide for Your First Year of Teaching. By Catherine Bell Robertson. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, Inc. (2003). TRIAD , December 2003/January 2004, Vol. LXXI, No. 3, 93.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2003). Four Comedy Dances: For Saxophone Quartet (SATB) by Paul Carr, 2001. Kendor Music, Inc., Delaware, NY. Grade 5. Duration 7:40 NACWPI: National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Fall 2003, Vol. LII, No. 1.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2003). Broken Boundaries . 2001 Disc Makers, BC050101 NACWPI: National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors , Fall 2003, Vol. LII, No. 1.
  • Jagow, Shelley M. (2001). NASA Region 5 Conference. North American Saxophone Alliance UPDATE , May/June 2001.
Compositions & Arrangements:
  • The Flight of the Bumblebee (with a Canadian Quote) (2003) for two Saxophones; Rimsky-Korsakov/arranged by Shelley M. Jagow; DORN Publications, Medfield, MA.

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