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development of a planned program for teaching musicianship in the high school choral class
|Contributions||United States. Office of Education. Bureau of Research.|
|LC Classifications||MT1 .L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 45 l.|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||75628423|
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The Development of a Planned Program for Teaching Musicianship in the High School Choral Class. Final Report. Wisconsin State Univ., Oshkosh. Spons Agency-Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, D.C. Bureau of Research. Bureau No- BR Pub Date 12 Dec 67 Contract OEC -3 -6 Note 49p.
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Educational emphasis is placed on vocal development, musicianship, musicality and. Linton, S. (Summer, ). The development of a planned program for teaching musicianship in the high school choral class. Bulletin for the Council of Research Cited by: For the first article from the larger study, see Kyung–Suk Moon, " The Commencement of the Manhattanville Music Curriculum Program: –, " Journal of Historical Research in Music.
The Development of a Planned Program for Teaching Musicianship in the High School Choral Class. the primary aim of the high school choral class, as well as all music classes, should be to.
and vocal/choral techniques; it must also address all aspects of musicianship (i.e. CPR: create, perform & respond via the national standards).
It is self-evident that teaching our choristers to read music will greatly assist them to sing independently in parts. The main focus here, however, will be the development of aural and kinestheticFile Size: KB.
She served as adjunct Professor of Voice at Fairfield University in Fairfield, CT, as well as teaching at the Westtown School and Bishop Shanahan High School in PA. Mrs. Kovacs has maintained a private music studio sinceand has served as the choral conductor/director for several adult, high school, and children’s choirs, having studied.
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1 Major/Minor Restriction Examine choral literature for use with elementary through high school choral organizations. 1 and teaching strategies for the junior high/high school music educator. Hands on experience with conducting and rehearsing literature.