The art of the choral conductor.


Evanston, Ill., Summy-Birchard Pub. Company [1960] .

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Subjects Choral conducting.
Choral singing.
Direction chorale.
Description 2 volumes illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Contents V. 1. Choral musicianship -- Three primary precepts -- The five stages -- The positive development -- Accurate pitch -- Dramatic voices -- The color scheme -- The alto-line (the changing voice and counter-tenors) -- The alto-line -- continued (mezzo-sopranos and contraltos) -- Tenors, baritones, and basses -- Blend and balance of parts -- The control of dynamics and tempo -- Diction -- The art of vocalization -- Baton technique -- Sight reading.
V. 2. The conductor a re-creator -- Rhythm -- Tempo -- Dynamics (the general strategy for dealing with tonal volume) -- Dynamics (the curve line, tessitura and rilievo) -- Dynamics (accidentals, dissonance, ornament, counterpoint, canon, fugue) -- A capella polyphony (Masses, motets, madrigals, canzonets, ayres, et cetera) -- Homophony (hymn tunes, part songs; face and concomitant melodies in vertical harmony).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)615126
(OCoLC)ocm00615126
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WorldCat Identities Finn, William J. 1881-1961.
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