Can older singers learn new techniques to help them sing in a healthier way? This excellent book proves that the aging can improve their singing through the use of warm-ups and stronger vocal
Lay the foundation for successful part-singing with this unique and valuable resource designed to aid music teachers by providing a step-by-step path for teaching young choirs how to sing harmony, building
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An incredibly popular sight-singing method, this is based on the solfege system (with optional numbers) and gives you a step-by step plan for teaching your choir the fundamentals of sight singing. By
This valuable resource is a must for every choral director who prepares a chorus to sing Handel's "Messiah." Includes: Baroque performance practice and ideals; warm-ups for 20 choruses; historical context
Quick Start Choral Warm-Ups provides an easy and efficient way to begin each rehearsal. Twenty sequences, each consisting of four components (Warming Down, Warming Up, Diction, and Chordal), prepare the
Here's a perfect set of warm-ups for the choral ensemble that's designed to enhance and stimulate the growth of each member's vocal and choral ability. Thinking of the warm-up as a "mini voice lesson," you
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