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Designed for anyone looking to maximize efficiency in their choral rehearsal, this book provides insight into many topics that are relevant to choirs of all skill levels.


Written by Dr. James Jordan, a leading voice in modern choral pedagogy, this book addresses areas such as actively listening to your choir, the relationship between the accompanist and the rehearsal, how to facilitate skill growth through rehearsal, and many other ideas that are applicable to the rehearsal process.


Revelant skills that can be passed on to your choirs include introducing the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), incorporating the Dalcroze and Laban methodologies into rehearsal, and utilizing the count-singing system of Robert Shaw.


This book will serve as a reliable resource to anyone looking to make the most out of their choral rehearsal.

The Choral Rehearsal - Volume 1: Technique and Procedures

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