Mozart's Requiem in D minor is a sublime work, and the Kyrie is a masterful lesson in fugal writing, requiring the students to really count. Every section of the orchestra plays the syncopated entries, tied
The "Requiem" by Mozart was left unfinished upon his death in 1791. He composed only the first eight bars of the Lacrymosa, which was later completed by a student. Mozart's original string parts
This energetic original work is written in the Southern Italian dance style with compound duple meter and minor tonality. The C Major middle section makes the piece ideal to teach relative keys, as well as
These three short chorales (G Major, G Minor, G Major) are excellent warm-up exercises and are also very useful for training ensembles to listen for pure intonation. Vibrato and tone quality can also be
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