Category: Choir

Below you will find a handbook that explains the philosophy and standards for a worship ministry. Philosophy and Standards for Worship Ministry

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Below is a document explaining expectations for worship choir members. Worship Choir Expectations

Click below for a sample choir handbook. Choir Handbook

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Music download: o   IMSLP https://imslp.org/wiki/Main_Page o   Choral counterpart of IMSLP https://www.cpdl.org/wiki/ o   MUSICA: a substantial choral database (subscription) https://www.musicanet.org/en/ o   VARIATIONS (old Indiana University Music Library): literature downloads http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/variations/scores/ Organizations: o   International Federation for Choral Music https://ifcm.net/index.php o   American Choral Directors Association ACDA https://acda.org/ o   ChoralNet: ACDA child site for choral communities …

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Download this resource (PDF) Adler, Samuel.  Choral Conducting: An Anthology, 2nd ed.  New York: Schirmer Books, 1985. Banks, Timothy Paul.  Et la Gauche?: Toward a Methodology of Left Hand Use in Conducting. Lecture-Demonstration presented at the Alabama Music Educators Convention, …

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Download a handout (PDF) Aaron M. Rice, DMA (SWBTS) Director of Choral Activities Tenured Associate Professor of Music Shorter University Have you ever had these thoughts – We get through our anthem each week, but we just don’t sound as …

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Download a handout (PDF) Aaron M. Rice, DMA (SWBTS) Director of Choral Activities Tenured Associate Professor of Music Shorter University Philosophy What is the goal of the rehearsal? Learn notes and rhythms? Engage in musical phrases? Provide a time of …

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