When you begin rehearsal, your choir sounds good on their standard warm-ups. What do you do when they start to sing repertoire and all the beautiful singing you heard during the warm-ups goes out the
Every choral director has times during their career when he or she just needs to get organized! And there is no better way to get started than this comprehensive book from Tim Seelig. The third in his
Music is the universal language, but for choral musicians there is an added layer of challenge and opportunity: words! The Language of Music will take you from the most basic tools of delivering
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