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    GPO Academy - List of Volunteers

    Here is a list of the people who have volunteered to teach or do other things so far. I compiled it from this forum, so if anyone's name is left off I might have missed you.

    Fabio Vincente
    • The Dean, the Head Master, the big Kahuna

    • Composition

    • Ancient Music

    • Analysis

    • Musicology

    • Contemporary Structure and Style Creation

    • Advanced Analysis


    Jonny Lost:
    • Theory (basic and advanced)

    • Composition

    • Music history


    neoTypic
    • Basic Theory/Ear Training

    • how to write for clarinet/recorder/male voice (esp. tenor)


    Gary Garritan
    • Theory

    • Orchestration

    • Harp lessons (maybe we could talk him in to a online seminar on harp composition)


    Steve Gallant
    • Orchestration

    • MIDI techniques

    • Percussion

    • Film/TV/Multimedia scoring techniques


    Trentpmcd
    • Elementary Music Theory

    • Help with website programming and application form.


    Jess Hendricks
    • Composition

    • Theory (Basic to Advanced)

    • Orchestration (Basic to advanced)


    Jerry Wickham
    • Basic theory

    • General music history

    • Finale notation software

    • Tweaking GPO to work with low-end Mac systems


    GF
    • Jazz theory

    • MIDI


    falcon1
    • Harmony (Basic, Medium, Advanced level)

    • Free/stright Counterpoint (Basic, Medium, Advanced level)

    • Orchestration (Basic, Medium, Advanced level)

    • Forms (Basic, Medium, Advanced level)


    Terry Dwyer
    • Harmony

    • Counterpoint

    • Composition

    • Orchestration


    Rikp
    • Jazz

    • Jazz Theory

    • Finale

    • Performer

    • Compositon

    • Arranging

    • Saxophone and woodwind questions


    David Young
    • 19th century Composition

    • 19th century Orchestration

    • 19th century Theory


    Steve Main
    • Counterpoint (basic imitation, fugue, canonic manipulation, etc.)

    • Choral arranging, composition

    • PIPE ORGAN (it's what I do for a living)


    You will notice that some are listed by their screen names because I don't know your real one!
    Jess Hendricks
    DMA Student and Teaching Asst in Music Theory/ Composition at the University of Miami
    Personal Website

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    Re: GPO Academy - List of Volunteers

    You missed me. See the Teachers' Didactic Thread.

    Terry Dwyer

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    Re: GPO Academy - List of Volunteers

    Besides poolman/Terry (listing Harmony, Counterpoint, Composition and Orchestration) I saw falcon1 on another thread list the following -
    Harmony (Basic, Medium, Advanced level)
    Free/stright Counterpoint (Basic, Medium, Advanced level)
    Orchestration (Basic, Medium, Advanced level)
    Forms (Basic, Medium, Advanced level)
    Trent P. McDonald

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    Re: GPO Academy - List of Volunteers

    Love to help.

    Jazz
    Jazz Theory
    Finale
    Performer
    Compositon
    Arranging
    Saxophone and woodwind questions.

    Peace

    Rik

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    Re: GPO Academy - List of Volunteers

    Sorry to those I missed, the list is now updated
    Jess Hendricks
    DMA Student and Teaching Asst in Music Theory/ Composition at the University of Miami
    Personal Website

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    Question Re: GPO Academy - List of Volunteers

    Anyone interested in teaching Recording techniques? I would be interested in signing up for a course. Just a thought.
    Styxx

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    Re: GPO Academy - List of Volunteers

    Can't teach them, but I'd be interested in learing recording/mixing/mastering techniques. DPDan, this looks like a class for you to teach.

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    Re: GPO Academy - List of Volunteers

    If anyone is interested, I can contribute in regards to orchestration, theory and composition,..... in particular to these elements in 19th century music, and even more in particular to the composition techniques and sense of Antonin Dvorak.

    David Young

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    And let me indicate that some discussion of all these matters is being carried out at www.composeforums.com. No problem having it here as well, but I have some loyalty to the other website.

    David

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    Re: GPO Academy - List of Volunteers

    Quote Originally Posted by chambermusic
    If anyone is interested, I can contribute in regards to orchestration, theory and composition,..... in particular to these elements in 19th century music, and even more in particular to the composition techniques and sense of Antonin Dvorak.

    David Young

    You are added to the list, sir!
    Jess Hendricks
    DMA Student and Teaching Asst in Music Theory/ Composition at the University of Miami
    Personal Website

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