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Companies large and small go in and out of business all the time, much like the ebb and flow of the tides each day. There is no sector of business immune to it, and sometimes there seems no rhyme or … Continue reading
Sibelius 7 In stock and available now from Pender’s Music Co…the NEW edition of Sibelius, a gold standard in music notation software! And what’s even better is that we’re able to help Educators make the upgrade! The latest generation of one of … Continue reading
Pender's Picks: Christmas cantatas 2011 View more presentations from Pender’s Music Co..
NEW Teacher’s Book! [The information below is taken from Sharon's e-newsletter announcement that the long-awaited book, Freddie the Frog: Beyond the Books is finally in print. Get one now, for the beginning of your school year!] From Sharon: How do … Continue reading
Lab 2011 , the CD from the University of North Texas One O’Clock Lab Band is now available! For those unfamiliar with the One O’Clock Lab Band, they’re the top-level jazz band from the University of North Texas (UNT) Division … Continue reading
For Choral Cache Thursday, here’s an article that was recently written for “Ledger Lines,” an e-newsletter that is produced by Alfred Publishing. It’s written by Michael Spresser, one of Alfred’s choral editors: Arranging Today’s Pop Chorals By Michael Spresser Alfred … Continue reading
The University Interscholastic League was created by The University of Texas at Austin in 1910. It facilitates educational extracurricular academic, athletic, and music contests, and has grown into the largest inter-school organization of its kind in the world. In particular, … Continue reading
It’s always nice to have the opportunity to display at band and orchestra meetings and conventions. There’s nothing better than face-to-face time with our customers. And it’s especially nice if it’s combined with the appearance of noted clinicians, conductors or … Continue reading
It’s easy to get caught up in the post-Spring Break Slump…..many are likely thinking about how many days are left in the current school year, and when does all-things-summer begin. But let’s not be too hasty! Is there a Spring … Continue reading