The Joy of Part Singing is a resource that will help children's choirs experience greater success in part-singing through short, accessible warm-ups, vocal exercises, rhythm chants, echo songs,
This book on Handel's "Messiah" reflects Helmuth Rilling's remarkable skills, both as a conductor and as an educator. It is literally a "study guide" for conductors and ... view details
This comprehensive resource guide speaks directly and specifically to musical theater directors, providing practical information and proven strategies for success. Organized chronologically, from opening
This companion book to The Musician's Soul focuses not on the self, but on others and the stories each artist is able to share through his or her work. Using thought-provoking questions, quotations,
The music business has taken Mark Cabaniss on adventures far from his native state of North Carolina…from Nashville to Broadway to Hollywood and back. In celebration of his 25th year in the
The iTheatrics Method is the first textbook specifically devoted to building high-quality and sustainable musical theatre programs in schools and community settings. This book is the culmination of
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Need to adapt an SATB work for your small SAB choir? Have sopranos who can’t sing divisi…but know a great trumpet player who is happy to help out? Need to simplify a viola part for a beginner?
Let an internationally respected choral clinician take you beyond the analytical study of anthems. Using his innovative concept of Unique Musical Focuses, Michael Kemp lays out a sequential set of
Innovation in the Ensemble Arts caps a trilogy of volumes that delves into the the building blocks necessary for a vibrant, growing music organization. The other two volumes are Mentoring in
Helmuth Rilling has performed Brahms' German Requiem many times as a conductor. In this book, he draws on his intimate knowledge of the score, examining the question of what Brahms wanted to
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