Choral Conducting: An Anthology

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Schirmer Books, Jan 1, 1985 - Choral conducting - 604 pages
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Contents

The Cricket by Josquin des Prez
51
Yver vous nestes quun villain from Trois Chansons
58
Te Deum by Vincent Persichetti
64
Since All Is Passing from Six Chansons by Paul Hindemith
72
Alleluia from Brazilian Psalm by Jean Berger
80
The Three Beat
86
The Lamb from The Wondrous Kingdom by Mark Bucci
92
When Jesus Wept by William Billings
98
Finale from Kaddish Symphony No 3 by Leonard Bernstein
195
Chichester Psalms No 3 by Leonard Bernstein
203
CHAPTER 3
284
Cuing
331
The Left Hand as a Dynamics and Expression Guide
367
CHAPTER 6
397
Coping with Accompaniments
401
Dealing with Aural Complexities
493

Psalm 148 by Gustav Hoist
106
Laudate Dominum No 1 from Cinque Laude by Norman
113
Stan Still Jordan by Fela Sowande
122
A Swan from Six Chansons by Paul Hindemith
129
Rounds in 4 Time
138
The Five Beat
165
The Six Beat
171
Sixth Madrigal from The Unicorn by Gian Carlo Menotti
178
Chorale by David Diamond
185
CHAPTER 7
495
Contemporary Notation and the Speaking Chorus
535
Changes Part 1 by Gordon Crosse
558
Alleluia by Daniel Pinkham
572
Exercises to Introduce the Chorus to Difficult Passages 689
589
Geographical Fugue by Ernst Toch 652
597
Kyrie Eleison from Mass for Four Voices by William Byrd 142
598
COMPOSER INDEX
601
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About the author (1985)

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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