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A handbook for beginning choral educators

Walter Lamble offers guidance and expert advice to beginning choral educators. He covers many areas which are widely discussed among experienced professionals, but are not covered in a music education class
eBook, English, ©2004
Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, ©2004
1 online resource (ix, 145 pages) : illustrations
9780253110237, 9780253344342, 9780253216984, 0253110238, 0253344344, 0253216982
IntroductionForeword1. Getting StartedA. Designing a Choral Music ProgramB. Choosing and Purchasing MusicC. Before School Begins2. Choral Basics in the RehearsalA. Warming up the ChoirB. The Unison SoundC. Vowels, Consonants, and DiphthongsD. Choral Sound and Vocal Production3. The Academics of RehearsalA. Teaching Sight-SingingB. Presenting a Basic Sight-Singing LessonC. Acquiring Basic Skills in the Choral Classroom4. Important Related TopicsA. The Boy's Changing VoiceB. Singing in Foreign LanguagesC. Popular Choral Music5. The Extracurricular ProgramA. So You are Going to do a MusicalB. Travel, Parent Groups, and CompetitionsC. Popular Music Styles6. Non-Choral ConceptsA. Preparing a BudgetB. Preparing a Student for College Music StudyC. Music Professional OrganizationsD. Why Should Music be in the High School Curriculum?7. Fifty Things No One Ever Told Me
Includes index