The Scoville Series is a series of articles by Jon Scoville about music for dancers. Past articles include:
- Working with an Accompanist
- Working with a Composer
- A Basic World Music Library
- Music in the Classroom
- What is on your ipod (music resource list)
- To Comply ... or Not To Comply (music copyrights)
- How to make your own felt-tipped Mallets
Do you have a question that only a musician can answer? Do you need recommendations for music to use in your studio or performance? Now is your chance to ask Jon Scoville. Submit your questions to email@example.com, and after Jon answers them we will print them in a future newsletter.
Jon Scoville is a composer, author and musician. An Associate Professor/Lecturer at the University of Utah, Professor Scoville teaches music resources for dance, rhythmic analysis, percussion accompaniment, aesthetics, and choreography. He has toured internationally as co-artistic director of Tandy Beal & Company, and is the author of sound designs. Professor Scoville is a prolific composer for dance, including scores for the faculty as well as choreographers Alwin Nikolais, Murray Louis, Laura Dean, and Sara Rudner, among others.
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