Recent Alumni & Faculty Books

Jack Bullock '50 and Anthony Maiello '65, M.M. '67, Belwin 21st Century Band Method, Levels 1, 2, and 3 (Miami: Belwin-Mills Publishing Company, 1996-8).

Each level (paced to be completed in one school year) contains 19 separate books, one for each of the various band instruments and the conductor; the complete series will contain 57 method books. Bullock is a composer/arranger and music educator and retired director of instrumental publications. Maiello is a professor of music and director of instrumental studies at George Mason University.

Kim Dunnick and Joyce Davis, eds., The Memoirs of Timofei Dokshizer (Westfield, Mass.: International Trumpet Guild, 1998).

Ithaca College trumpet professor Dunnick and Davis, of the University of Florida, coedited this autobiography of one of the famous trumpeter Timofei Dokshizer. In it, Dokshizer recounts his family and professional life under various Russian leaders, including Lenin, Stalin, and Khrushchev.

Scott Goodspeed '76, Community Stewardship: Applying the Five Principles of Contemporary Governance (Chicago: American Hospital Publishing, 1998).

This book shows a way to take health care away from sick care and toward wellness and prevention. The author is president and CEO of Goodspeed, a national management consulting firm in Bedford, New Hampshire.

Randi Millman-Brown, Fun Places to Go with Children in New York (San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1998).

More than 250 kid-friendly attractions in New York City, New York State, northern New Jersey, and western Connecticut are covered in this guide. The author-and mother of two-is a visual resources curator for the Department of Art History at Ithaca College.

Gregory Pike '93, Sports Massage for Peak Performance (New York: HarperPerennial, 1997).

A book for those who "need the knead" but don't have a masseur on call, its premise is that like visualization, meditation, and stretching, massage is a tool that helps athletes find their winning edge. The book includes a range of exercises that can be done alone or with a partner. The author is a physical fitness trainer and licensed sports massage therapist.

John M. Rosenburg '43, First in War: George Washington in the American Revolution (Brookfield, Conn.: The Millbrook Press, 1997).

This novel based on fact tells of how Washington led an underpaid, poorly clothed, inexperienced group of patriots to victory. It is the second book in a series of three for young adults; the third book, First in Peace: Washington, the Constitution, and the Presidency, will be published in October. The author has published 10 books.

Tish Saumsiegle Rabe '73, Oh, Baby, the Places You'll Go (New York: Random House, 1997).

Meant to be read aloud to babies in utero, this book is an adaptation of the works of Dr. Seuss. The author previously completed the book manuscript for The Song of the Zubble-wump, the first rhyming Dr. Seuss book published since the death of Ted Geisel (Dr. Seuss).

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