The Complete Conductor: A Comprehensive Resource for the Professional Conductor of the Twenty-first Century

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Prentice-Hall, 1995 - Music - 491 pages
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For a one/two-semester course in Basic Conducting, Introduction to Choral Conducting, Introduction to Instrumental Conducting. Direct, practical, and comprehensive, this text addresses the conducting needs of beginners through working professionals. Using a modular structure that allows a focus on either choral or instrumental content – or both – it covers conducting theory, style periods, technical problems, and conducting patterns – using examples ranging from short works to multi-movement masterpieces.

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Contents

CHAPTER
13
CHAPTER 3
23
CHAPTER 4
40
Using the Least Complicated Beat Pattern Necessary
54
Closure
69
CHAPTER 7
82
CHAPTER 8
93
PART TWO Conducting Voices
106
CHAPTER 12
227
PART THREE Conducting Instruments
277
CHAPTER 15
323
CHAPTER 16
360
PART FOUR Mastery and Management
393
CHAPTER 18
403
CHAPTER 19
414
CHAPTER 20
424

Voice Classification
112
Connecting the Breath with the Voice
118
Beginning a Choral Rehearsal
124
CHAPTER 10
132
CHAPTER 11
159
CHAPTER 22
440
CHAPTER 24
454
APPENDIX
470
Index
487
Copyright

About the author (1995)

Robert W. Demaree, Jr. is former Director of the School of the Arts, Indiana University South Bend (now retired).

Don V Moses is former Director of the School of Music, University of Illinois (now retired).

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