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Toward a Consensus of Music Educators Concerning Which Choral Literature is Most Important in Teaching High School Students
This paper addresses the problem of identifying specific pieces of choral literature that are, without a doubt, quality material. The goal of this study is to produce a list of pieces of choral literature high school music ...
Establishing Permanent Dentofacial Records for Performing Vocalists and Wind Instrumentalists
This manuscript was conceived while working as an anesthesia assistant for an oral and maxillofacial surgeon for nine years while performing part-time as a vocalist and pursuing graduate study in music education. The ...
John Stanley: the Influence of Knut Nystedt on the Choral Style of John Stanley as Illustrated in a Comparative Analysis of Selected Choral Works
The purpose of this study is to focus on John Stanley as a contemporary composer and to show the possible influences of a more established composer, Knut Nystedt, on his choral writing.
The Choral Festival: A Research Study and Procedural Model for Preparation, Performance and Objective Achievements
This research study is intended to focus on the importance and validity of choral festivals and to provide an organized, procedural model for preparation, performance and objective achievements of said choral idiom to ...
A Theoretical and Practical Examination of the Changing Voice
The well-informed junior high school teacher knows that teaching his students to sing properly requires more than a few hours spent in a reading session selecting three part music. Training these adolescents demands ...