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... Briefly presents reasons for recruiting choir members for boy choirs and means of doing so. Argues ... that recruitment of boys is important to strengthen choirs and offer musical experiences to a wider range of community members. ...
... reasons for establishing the choir, his criteria for selecting members, his own experiences growing up ... and his expectations for choir members, and his thoughts on keeping the performing arts alive. ... Interview with Walter Turnbull, founder and director of the Boys Choir of Harlem. Discusses his ...
... The placement of choir members in a mixed, four-part choir is discussed. Placement of sections and ... individual members can significantly affect choral sound quality. While some determinations may be ...
... presented. Disruptive types of behavior exhibited by choir members are identified and suggestions are given ... changed, that the choir director put the choir on a "sabbatical," so that the it can regroup, possibly with new members, at a later date. ... An article that examines common problems that can lead to a dysfunctional church choir is ...
... Discusses the issue of respect for choir members among conductors, drawn from letters from the membership of Chorus America. ...
Corno Dolce
Organists' Review (1997) Vol. 83, No. 1, pp. 25-26
... Presents the observations of a choir organist for an English choir who comments on the ... introduction of females to the choir, the preparation of Christmas music which begins in April, how rehearsals ... are conducted, and various characters within the choir. ...
... Discusses what to do about university choir members with big voices who stand out in ensemble ...
Roester om Kammarkoeren
Musik (1996) , No. 10, pp. 41-43
... past and present members of the choir talks about the choir's importance. ...
... very few choirs whose members are paid at all. The Finnish Radio Chamber Choir, to cite an example ... professional choirs in the country where the members can make a living from payment for performing, and ... , is an organization whose members aspire to see it become a fully professional ensemble. The lack of ...
... Reports on the historic change in choirs and choir schools in the United Kingdom to include girls ...
... "All I Need for a Happy Life I Learned in Choir," a poem dedicated to Dominick Giaquinto, is presented. ...
... In a commentary, the author discusses leading a choir with several members with disabilities ... , is so large it holds services in a gymnasium, the choir contains nearly 20 members. The author ... address some of the challenges presented with disabled choir members, and how he overcame those ...
... Philharmonic Orchestra and also to a member of the National Choir. ...
From The President
Pastoral Music (2006) Vol. 30, No. 5, pp. 2
... In an editorial, the author, a choir director, discusses working with a blind choir member and ...
... experience and can help choir members grow in their spiritual lives so that they may lead worship more effectively. ... Church choir directors should teach their choirs that an attitude of prayer is more important than ... singing, rehearsing or performing. Praying together as a choir can be a powerful spiritual ...
... Berkley discusses offering her community choir, the Maidenthorne Singers, musicianship classes to ... structure of the course, the choir member response, and the ultimate success. ...
In Memory
The Pitch Pipe (2006) Vol. 58, No. 3, pp. 41
... The names and chorus affiliations of Sweet Adeline members who died in late 2005 are presented. ...
... carols. Tells that the text makes use of extensive interviews with the old Beeston Methodist Carol Choir members whose oldest carols go back beyond 1760. ...
... Popular church choir singer Hans Giradelli, who was born in 1905, died recently in Lustenau. ...