Choral Conducting: An Anthology

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Rinehart & Winston, 1971 - Choral conducting - 580 pages
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Contents

The Two Beat
39
Now O Now I Needs Must Part by John Dowland
46
Howl Ye from The Peaceable Kingdom by Randall Thompson
54
Te Deum by Vincent Persichetti
60
Since All Is Passing from Six Chansons by Paul Hindemith
68
Alleluia from Brazilian Psalm by Jean Berger
74
Veni Sancte Spiritus by Peter Maxwell Davies
80
Proverb by Vincent Persichetti
86
The Seven Eight and Ten Beat
180
Finale from Kaddish Symphony No 3 by Leonard Bernstein
187
Chichester Psalms No 3 by Leonard Bernstein
195
Janequin
211
CHAPTER 3
276
DEVELOPMENT OF THE LEFT HAND
319
CHAPTER 4
321
CHAPTER 5
353

When Jesus Wept by William Billings
94
Psalm 148 by Gustav Holst
102
Laúdate Dominum No 1 from Cinque Laude by Norman
109
Stan1 Still Jordan by Felá Sowande
118
A Swan from Six Chansons by Paul Hindemith
125
HeavenHaven by Arnold Freed
134
He That Shall Endure to the End from Elijah by Felix
140
Achieved Is the Glorious Work from The Creation by Franz
146
A Jubilant Song by Norman Dello Joio
153
The Five Beat
159
SPECIAL CHORAL PROBLEMS
385
Uf dem anger from Carmina Burana by Carl
415
Beethoven
436
Williams
472
CHAPTER 7
479
Exercises to Introduce the Chorus to Difficult
569
List of the Publishers and Their Works
577
I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes by Paul BenHaim 164
579
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About the author (1971)

Samuel Adler, Professor Emeritus at the Eastman School of Music, is currently teaching at the Juilliard School of Music in New York. He has held the title of visiting professor at many schools throughout the country and abroad, giving master classes in composition, orchestration, and conducting. Professor Adler has gained considerable recognition as a composer (his compositions have been performed by such ensembles as the New York Philharmonic and the Chicago Symphony), and has received numerous awards and grants. He has also been guest conductor for many prominent symphony orchestras.

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