GIA Publications Teaching Music Through Performance in Choir - Volume 1

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A breakthrough in choral teaching...

By Frank Abrahams, Anton E. Armstrong, Joseph Flummerfelt, Graeme Morton, and Weston H. Noble
Compiled and edited by Heather J. Buchanan and Matthew W. Mehaffey
Extended analysis by Bruce Chamberlain and Anthony Reeves

This book is an ideal tool for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the preeminent music composed for choir.

This volume establishes a new system for grading the difficulty of choral repertoire and contains nuts-and-bolts analyses of more than 100 of the most significant works for choir ever composed. Repertoire Resource Guides include information on the composer and composition, historical background, technical requirements, stylistic considerations, musical elements, suggestions for additional listening, and a guide to selected references. Also included is an in-depth study of Gabriel Fauré's Requiem completed by Bruce Chamberlain, Anthony Reeves, and Matthew W. Mehaffey. This portion includes an extended history of the work, analysis charts, and rehearsal strategies for both choir and orchestra.

A major addition to the choral field!
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