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David P. DeVenney: Conducting Choirs Vol 2 - Music For Classroom Use

Song NameComposerArranger
Preface
Chant and Unison Music- General Characteristics
Chant and Unison Music - No. 1 Tantum ergoLatin Chant
Chant and Unison Music - No. 2 Veni Creator SpiritusLatin Chant
Chant and Unison Music - No. 3 ShenandoahAmerican folksong
Chant and Unison Music - No. 4 I'm Goin' AwayAmerican folksong
Chant and Unison Music - No. 5 AlleluiaDavid P. DeVenney
Renaissance Music - General Characteristics
Renaissance Music - No. 6 Tu pauperum refugiumJosquin Desprez
Renaissance Music - No. 7 O magnum mysteriumTomas Luis de Victoria
Renaissance Music - No. 8 Regina caeliGiovanni Palestrina
Renaissance Music - No. 9 Adoramus teOrlando di Lasso
Renaissance Music - No. 10 Il bianco e dolce cignoJacob Arcadelt
Renaissance Music - No. 11 Sing We and Chant ItThomas Morley
Baroque Music - General Characteristics
Baroque Music - No. 12 Ich dank' dir schon durch deinen SohnJohann Sebastian Bach
Baroque Music - No. 13 O Haupt voll Blut un WundenJohann Sebastian Bach
Baroque Music - No. 14 Sing, Sing, Ye Muses (Movement 1)John Blow
Baroque Music - No. 15 /And the Glory of the Lord, from MessiahGeorge Frideric Handel
Baroque Music - No. 16 Scene from MessiahGeorge Frideric Handel
Baroque Music - No. 17 Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich (BWV 150)Johann Sebastian Bach
Classical and Romantic Music - General Characteristics
Classical and Romantic Music - No. 18 A Virgin Unspotted, from The Singing Master's AssistantWilliam Billings
Classical and Romantic Music - No. 19 Ave verum corpusWolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Classical and Romantic Music - No. 20 Lacrimosa, from RequiemWolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Classical and Romantic Music - No. 21 Kyrie, from Missa St. Joannis de DeoFranz Joseph Haydn
Classical and Romantic Music - No. 22 Sancti DeiMichael Haydn
Classical and Romantic Music - No. 23 Ach, arme WeltJohannes Brahms
Classical and Romantic Music - No. 24 Auf dem SeeFelix Mendelssohn
Classical and Romantic Music - No. 25 He, Watching over Israel, from ElijahFelix Mendelssohn
Classical and Romantic Music - No. 26 O salutaris hostiaGioacchino Rossini
Classical and Romantic Music - No. 27 Introit and Kyrie, from Requiem Gabriel Faure
Contemporary Music - General Characteristics
Contemporary Music - No. 28 Sussex CarolDavid P. DeVenney
Contemporary Music - No. 29 Salve ReginaAdam Judd
Contemporary Music - No. 30 Sweet RemindersJames G. Kantor
Contemporary Music - No. 31 Stitching Chorus I, from Quilt PanelsRobert Maggio
Contemporary Music - No. 32 Black Is the ColorDavid P. DeVenney
Contemporary Music - No. 33 Shenandoah David P. DeVenney
About the Author

Directed by David P. DeVenney

The second volume of the series provides a vast selection of repertoire, from plainchant to present-day works that will allow students to build a gestural technique that is responsive to the expressive needs and nuances of a wide range of choral music. Each of the more than thirty selections is accompanied by a brief note about the composer and the work, a translation of the text, and a short discussion of its conducting issues. To further enhance practice and study, a recording of each title is provided on the included CDs.

Item code: 5607B | Book & 1 CD | $58.95 |add item to cart
Choral  | 216 Pages | Spiral-bound | 8 x 11
9781429117548 | 30/2559R

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