Continuing the tradition of this venerable series, Volume 3 delivers invaluable advice from top-tier educators as well as analysis of 80 of the most significant orchestra and string orchestra works in print. Part I features essays by six renowned orchestra educators, all with helpful andpractical insights for todayŒÍs middle school, high school, and college conductors. Chapters include: ŒñPlaying beyond the Score: Thoughts on Teaching Expressive MusicianshipŒî by Jacquelyn Dillon; ŒñWorld Music in Orchestral and String Education: Understanding Reggae-Sprinked ŒïTwinkleŒÍŒî byLouis Bergonzi; ŒñEnd of Year Massed ConcertsŒî by Michael Allen; ŒñCheckp oints for Self-Evaluation: Creating a Self-Help Program to Become the Best String Teacher You Can BeŒî by Robert Gillespie; ŒñSolving the Mysteries of the String BassŒî by Dorothy A. Straub; ŒñTaming the RushinŒÍ SailorŒÍsDance: Using Bowing Principles to Your Musical AdvantageŒî by James Kjel land. Part II contains analysis of 80 of the most significant works for string and full orchestra in print, grades 1 through 5. Like the first two volumes of this series, each Teacher Resource Guide includes essential information on each musical selection, including composer and composition information, historical background, technical requirements, stylistic considerations, musical elements (form and structure), suggestions foradditional listening, and a guide to selected references.