<p>The long-awaited release of the next installment of the invaluable T eaching Music through Performance in Choir series continues the tradition of essential insights from leading choral directors and Resource Guides to the best choral literature in print. Jo-Michael Scheibe, chair of the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern Californias Department of Choral and Sacred Music, leads a new team of outstanding choral music educators on topics relevant to todays choral directors.</p><p>The chapters in Part I cover The Rise of Concert Gospel Music by Jeffery Ames; Choral Pedagogy: The Anatomy of the Rehearsal Process by Hilary Apfelstadt; Painting with Sound: Developing Tone with Female Voices through Choral Literature by Lynne Gackle; Choral First Aid or Long-Term Music Learning? Re-Thinking and Re-Designing the Choral Rehearsal by James Jordan; Consonant Connection by Jo-Michael Scheibe; and The Collaborative Conductor: The Maestro Me vs. The Art of We by Phillip Swan.</p><p>Part II presents Repertoire Resource Guides for nearly 100 outstanding choral works for a diverse range of ensembles (SATB, SAB, treble, and mens voices) graded by level of difficulty. Each guide contains invaluable information in 9 units: Composer, Composition, Historical Perspective, Technical Considerations, Stylistic Considerations, Musical Elements, Form and Structure, Suggested Listening, and Additional References and Resources.</p><p>Indexes by title, publisher and composer/arrangers for all four volumes of the series are included, and an extraordinary companion recording of all selections are also available.</p><p>There is simply no better way to find and prepare the best choral literature available for achieving excellence in choral music education at all levels.</p>
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