An effective yet efficient means to practice sight-reading on a regular basis without having to retrieve music from the library, hand the music out to the band, collect it after rehearsal, reassemble the
These chorales will help ensembles develop intonation and strengthen ear-training abilities overall. They help develop long flowing lines and assist ensembles improving balance, blend, and tone quality.
The "4 T's" of band performance are addressed in this fundamental warmup set. TIME is presented in multiple meters with options to clap/play with or without a metronome. Two chorale exercises focus on TONE
This set of warm-ups was conceived as a tool for directors to use as part of a daily ensemble routine. It covers important fundamental concepts such as breathing, long tones, interval slurs, articulation,
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