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Thomas E. Rudolph, Ed. D. is the Director of Music and middle school music instructor for Haverford Township School District, in Havertown, Pennsylvania. He is an adjunct Assistant Professor at The University of the Arts.

Dr. Rudolph has authored or co-authored seven books on music technology including:

  • Teaching Music with Technology 2nd edition
  • Finding Funds for Music Technology
  • The SoundTree General Music Curriculum
  • Finale: An Easy Guide to Music Notation
  • Recording in the Digital World
  • Sibelius: A Comprehensive Guide to Music Notation

Rudolph's articles have appeared in the Music Educators Journal, The Instrumentalist, and Jazz Educator Journal. In addition, he is a regular contributor to Music Education Technology magazine.

Dr. Rudolph was one of the founders of the Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME) and currently serves as President of the organization. He has taught workshops in music technology at 17 institutions of higher learning and has trained more than 4,500 music educators in his acclaimed workshops. Dr. Rudolph presented the music technology keynote address for state and national conferences including MENC, Massachusetts, Missouri, Alabama and Indiana.

You can learn more about Dr. Rudolph on his professional site at


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Producer and composer Vincent A. Leonard, Jr. has had works premiered nationally and internationally. He is published by Arrangers‚ Publishing Company and Educational Programs Publications.

He is co-author of:

  • Recording in the Digital World, Finale: An Easy Guide to Music Notation
  • Sibelius: A Comprehensive Guide to Music Notation

In 1996, he and fellow producer and engineer Jack Klotz, Jr. formed Invinceable Entertainment, 3 IPS Studio and have released two CDs, Magic Up Our Sleeve and On The Brink of Tomorrow.

Compositional credits include theme and episode music for the Captain Courteous radio series, numerous theater pieces, and industrials. Leonard has provided orchestrations for world premier productions of Redwall for Opera Delaware, Elliot and the Magic Bed, Isabell and the Pretty Ugly Spell,and The Little Princess for Upper Darby Summer Stage.

Also widely known as a copyist and arranger, he has worked on projects with Peter Nero, the Philly Pops Orchestra, Doc Severinsen, the London Symphony Orchestra, Chuck Mangione, Leslie Burrs, and in musicals by Duke Ellington, Alan Menken, Kurt Weil, and Mitch Leigh.

Leonard is a member of NARAS and ASCAP, and is active as a clinician and beta tester for music software for Macintosh computers.

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