A Handbook for Beginning Choral Educators

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Indiana University Press, Jun 16, 2004 - Education - 145 pages
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"This book comes from a very fine music educator with exceptional experience, who has common sense and a real understanding of what a beginning teacher should know. The book puts into print issues that are widely discussed at conventions and at conferences, and that are common knowledge for the experienced teacher, but that are not covered in a music education class. It is a plain and simple book, written in a language that is easy for anyone going into the profession to understand. It makes valuable suggestions in just about every aspect of the role of a choral music teacher." —Michael Schwartzkopf, Professor of Music Education, Indiana University School of Music

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Getting Started
Choral Basics in the Rehearsal
The Academics of the Rehearsal
Important Related Topics
The Extracurricular Program
NonChoral Concepts to Be Considered by a Choir
Fifty Things No One Ever Told Me
From Other Vantage Points
Appendix A Forms Often Used
Appendix B WarmUp Exercises
Appendix E A Budget Template 145

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Walter Lamble is a retired choral educator with more than 30 years' experience in the classroom. He has a Ph.D. in music education from the University of Iowa.

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