As any middle school choir director knows, change is the name of the game! A changing voice is just one of countless physiological and emotional changes that middle school students experience. Knowing the
Front-Loading Your Choral Rehearsal: Constructing for Success is a creative rehearsal approach designed to aid conductors of all experience levels. Using the building blocks of musical concepts,
The adolescent years can be a challenge for any choir director - to say the least! But now, Roger Emerson has written a book forged by years of teaching at this level and by years of successful composing,
John Jacobson - one of America's best-loved musical personalities - is known for sharing his passion, humor and insights with students and teachers, helping them to revitalize and reenergize. Now, he has
Organizing a choral music program can be like a jigsaw puzzle! Make your life easier with this one-of-a-kind resource designed just for you, the choir director, with everything in one essential collection.
A Cappella Arranging is the long-awaited definitive work on the subject of writing arrangements of popular or traditional songs for a cappella groups. This book targets not only beginners, music
An ideal resource for choral directors, teachers-in-training, singers, and choral enthusiasts, this practical volume explores the challenges and rewards of working with evolving adolescent through adult
Here is an excellent resource - and a great read - for choral directors who want to build emotional expression in their vocal ensembles. Not only for a capella groups, but for all vocal ensembles regardless
Joan Frey Boytim is nationally recognized as "the" expert in teaching private voice and has compiled some of the finest singers' anthologies for voice. In this indispensable resource, Ms. Boytim shares her
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This practical resource offers a wealth of information about how to run a successful choral program. The authors are two veteran teachers who give helpful advice on dozens of issues facing the choral
The Music of Teaching focuses on an ephemeral attribute all teachers need but few consider: perception. This includes the ability to trust both students' natural development and the learning process itself
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