Choral Concepts: Donald Neuen ; Illustrative Material by Piero Bonamico

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Schirmer/Thomson Learning, 2002 - Music - 240 pages
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This text provides a concise and practical introduction to choral techniques and conducting for potential choral conductors. The author-America's premier choral conductor, mentored by Robert Shaw-brings 43 years of teaching and workshop experience to this text.

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Contents

Part One 0 Choral Methods and Techniques
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Great Soloists Can Make Great Choral Singers
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Breath Control
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About the author (2002)

M.M. and M.M.A. from Ball State University. Studied extensively with Roger Wagner, Julius Herford, and Alfred Mann. In 1970 Robert Shaw, then Director of the Atlanta Symphony, brought Neuen to Atlanta to create the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus and serve as Assistant Conductor and Director of Choral Activities for the Atlanta Symphony. After twelve years on the faculty of the Eastman School of Music, he is currently Distinguished Professor of Conducting and Director of Choral Activities at UCLA and the conductor of the Crystal Cathedral choir.

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