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Teaching music through performance in choir

Author: Heather J BuchananMatthew MehaffeyFrank AbrahamsAnton ArmstrongJoseph FlummerfeltAll authors
Publisher: Chicago : GIA Publications, [2005-] ©2005-
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD audio : Music   Sound Recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Written, researched, and compiled by choral scholars and educators with a wealth of teaching and conducting experience, the Teaching Music through Performance in Choir series aids conductors and educators on the quest toward full musical awareness."--Publisher description.
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Genre/Form: Art music
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Teaching music through performance in choir.
Chicago : GIA Publications, ©2005-
(OCoLC)639521255
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Book, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Heather J Buchanan; Matthew Mehaffey; Frank Abrahams; Anton Armstrong; Joseph Flummerfelt; Graeme Morton; Weston Noble; James Mark Jordan; Jerry McCoy; Jo-Michael Scheibe; Westminster Williamson Voices,; North Texas Chamber Choir,; Anam Cara (Musical group),; University of Southern California. Chamber Singers,
ISBN: 1579995144 9781579995140 9781579996635 1579996639 9781579997533 1579997538 9781622772131 162277213X 9781622772728 1622772725
OCLC Number: 58995879
Notes: Each volume has accompanying sound recording set: Teaching music through performance in choir : resource recordings, volume 1, levels 1-3 (two CD-set) ; volume 2, levels 1-5 (three CD-set) ; volume 3, levels 1-5 (two CD-set).
Performer(s): V. 1: Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Westminster Williamson Voices ; James Jordan, conductor ; University of North Texas Chamber Choir ; Jerry McCoy, conductor.
V. 2: Anam Cara ; James Jordan, conductor ; University of North Texas Chamber Choir ; Jerry McCoy, conductor ; Westminster Williamson Voices ; James Jordan, conductor.
V. 3: University of North Texas Chamber Choir ; Jerry McCoy, conductor ; Westminster Williamson Voices ; James Jordan, conductor.
V. 4: Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Westminster Williamson Voices ; James Jordan, conductor ; USC Thornton Chamber Singers ; Jo-Michael Scheibe, conductor.
Description: <5> volumes : illustrations ; 27 cm + audio discs (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Contents: v. 1. The teaching of music. Does it sing? / by Joseph Flummerfelt ; Does it dance? : stylistic awareness from polyphony to the classical period / by Weston H. Noble ; Practical performance practice in the African American slave song / by Anton E. Armstrong ; Modern music / by Graeme Morton ; Meeting national standards for music education through choral performance / by Frank Abrahams --
The choral conductor as music teacher : repertoire resource guides. v. 2. The teaching of music. Does it communicate? : finding musical nuance and inspiration through score study / by Janet Galván ; The literate choir / by James Jordan ; Preparing the chorus for performance with orchestral accompaniment / by Ann Howard Jones ; The conductor's dream : score-based imagination, improvisation, and inspiration / by Jerry Blackstone ; Composing, words, music / by Libby Larsen ; Enhancing musical performance through somatic pedagogy : an introduction to body mapping for choral conductors / by Heather J. Buchanan --
The choral conductor as music teacher : repertoire resource guides. v. 3. The teaching of music. Male choirs and male singers / Frank S. Albinder ; The joy of commissioning / Philip Brunelle ; Articulation : enabling the meaning in music to be understood / Bruce Chamberlain ; When words fail / Rodney Eichenberger ; Brainstorming for improvisation : developing imaginative teaching strategies in the choral rehearsal / Sandra Snow --
The choral conductor as music teacher : repertoire resource guides. v. 4. The teaching of music. The rise of concert gospel music / Jeffery L. Ames ; Choral pedagogy : the anatomy of the rehearsal process / Hilary Apfelstadt ; Painting with sound : developing tone with female voices through choral literature / Lynne Gackle ; Choral first aid or long term music learning? : re-thinking and re-designing the choral rehearsal / James Jordan ; Consonants are key / Jo-Michael Scheibe ; The collaborative conductor : the maestro me vs. the art of we / Phillip A. Swan --
The choral conductor as music teacher : teacher resource guides. v. 5. Pt. 1: The teaching of music. More than spirituals and concert gospel: choral music in the western European tradition by contemporary African American composers / Jeffery L. Ames --
North of the border: Accessible choral music by Canadian composers / Hilary Apfelstadt --
Engaging the voice, the mind and the spirit: an effective approach toward literature selection with treble voices / Lynne Gackle --
The blueprint of ensemble musicianship contained within chant / James Jordan --
It's all about the up: journey, text, gesture, music, and motion / Jo-Michael Scheibe --
Community collaborations: relevant programming that moves beyond the classroom and into the community / Phillip A. Swan. Pt. 2: The choral conductor as music teacher: teacher resource guides. Level two --
Level three --
Level four --
Level five.
Other Titles: Teaching music through performance in choir : resource recordings.
Responsibility: compiled and edited by Heather J. Buchanan and Matthew W. Mehaffey ; [contributions by] Frank Abrahams [and others].

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"Written, researched, and compiled by choral scholars and educators with a wealth of teaching and conducting experience, the Teaching Music through Performance in Choir series aids conductors and educators on the quest toward full musical awareness."--Publisher description.
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