Stephen Wilcox

Stephen Wilcox

Stephen Wilcox received a B.M. in instrumental performance (tuba) and a B.M. in music theory from West Chester University, a M.M. in Composition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, as well as a Ph.D. in Composition at the University of Pennsylvania. Most recently, he has been creating online music theory courses for Rutgers University and working as an instructional designer at UC Berkeley.

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Free App Friday – Piano Carnival

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[three_fourth last=”no”]Piano Carnival is an interactive Ebook app for iOS devices. Produced by the Piano Theater, Piano Carnival features Camille Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of Animals performed by Elizabeth and Sonya Schumann, clever storytelling by Christopher Steger, and Natalie Hall‘s vidid illustrations. All of this goodness is crammed into a single app and combined with pedagogically sound lesson plans. This is a must pick-up for anyone who loves music, loves illustrations or just a good story.

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  • FREE APP!
  • High Quality storytelling
  • Fabulous performances and video footage
  • Beautiful and interactive graphic elements with a rich visual style
  • Well read and recorded narration
  • Extensive and varied lesson plans and web support

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  • Non-intuitive user-interface

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About the Author:

Composer, Music Educator and Instructional Designer, Stephen Wilcox received a B.M. in instrumental performance (tuba) and a B.M. in music theory from West Chester University, a M.M. in Composition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, as well as a Ph.D. in Composition at the University of Pennsylvania. Most recently, he has been creating online music theory courses for Rutgers University and working as an instructional designer at UC Berkeley.

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