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James Jordan and Michele Holt: The School Choral Program

Song NameArranger
The Lifelong Inpact Of The Choral Experience: Philosophy And Teaching StylesMelissa Arasi
The History Of Choral Music In The United StatesKenneth Raessler
Designing And Scheduling The School Choral Program Kenneth Raessler
The Care And Feeding of The Highschool Choir: The main ingredients for an old recipe called "Continued Success"Michelle Holt
Perspective One: Criteria for Choosing Appropriate RepertoireJames Jordan
Perspective Two: The Search for High Quality RepertoireMichelle Holt
Perspective Three: A Song Worth Singing Selecting Choral Literature At All LevelsPaul D. Head
The Choral Rehearsal: Planning, Evaluating, Sight- Reading, And singer PlacementJames Jordan
The Vocally Proficient Choir: Part One Building Sequential Vocal Technique Skills through the Choral Warm-UpJames Jordan
The Vocally Proficient Choir: Part Two Improvisation And Choral MusicianshipChristopher D. Azzara
The vocally Proficient Choir: Part Three Working With Male VoicesJonathan Reed
Measuring And Evaluating The School Choral Program: Standards- Based Benchmark Assessment In The School Choral ProgramJennifer Miceli
Choral Music Eduacators As CommunicatorsKenneth R. Raessler
Establishing Aural Standards:Representative Listening Examples For StudyJames Jordan and James D. Moyer
Building Early Choral Experiences: Part One Strategies for Directing the Childrens ChoirLynnel Joy Jenkins
Building Early Choral Experiences: Part Two The Middle School Choral ProgramJudy Bowers
Multicutural Considerations for the School Choral Program: Part One Teaching And Performing Ethnic Choral MusicBen Allaway
Multicutural Considerations for the School Choral Program: Part Two A Case for Spanish Speaking PopulationEmma Rodriguez Suarez
Multicutural Considerations for the School Choral Program: Part Three Voices From The City: Choral Programs in Urban SettingsDonna Emmanuel
Considering Musical Theater and Vocal Jazz as Integral Parts of the Choral Program: Part One Preparing for The High School MusicalRoger Ames
Considering Musical Theater and Vocal Jazz as Integral Parts of the Choral Program: Part Two Developing Appropriate Vocal Jazz StyleVijay Singh
Movement And Choral Rehearsal: Part One The Use Of Movement In The Choral RehearsalJanet Galvan
Movement And Choral Rehearsal: Part Two Using Dalcroze Eurhythmics in the Choral RehearsalMarilyn Shenenberger
Necessary Enrichment of the Choral Program: Part One How to Commission Works for ChoirsJoseph Ohrt
Necessary Enrichment of the Choral Program: Part Two Touring With Your ChoirJames D. Moyer
Motivation: Focusing Energy for Positive Growth and DevelopmentTim Lautzenheiser

Directed by James Jordan

This new, definitive choral methods text is perfect for future practitioners and an invaluable reference for any choral conductor. The School Choral Program includes the combined experience and expertise of recognized leaders in music education and of choral teachers who work in today's classroom. With practical insights and perspectives, 18 authors - all leading choral directors, administrators, practicing teachers in the schools, or clinicians bring their unique voices to a wide range of topics. Also included with the book is a CD containing recordings of exemplary high school choral performance models. This book breaks new ground in choral music education, providing choral directors with the tools necessary to be successful in the classroom and at the podium. Michele Holt is past president of the American Choral Directors Association and Director of Choral Activities at Providence College. James Jordan is Associate Professor of Conducting and Senior Conductor at the Westminster Choir College of Rider University.

Item code: 6840B | Book & 1 CD | $44.95 |add item to cart
Choral  | 640 Pages | Hardcover
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