Working from home? Switch to the DIGITAL edition of Choral Director. CLICK HERE to signup now!
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages

May, 2010

Share This:

Musicmaide Stand Clip Holder

Musicmaide Stand Clips are designed to help to keep sheet music in place. The transparent clip attaches onto the shelf of any music stand to secure sheet music and books, while still allowing for the pages to be turned. The Musicmaide Playlist Holder is a device that attaches to the shelf of a music stand and helps keep play lists visible at all times.

www.musicmaide.com

Audix’s TM1 Condenser Mic

Audix’s TM1 6mm pre-polarized condenser microphone is designed to capture acoustic measurements for room analysis software programs, real time analyzers, and other sound control devices. The TM1 is characterized with a uniformly controlled omni-directional polar pattern and a flat frequency range over 20 Hz-25 kHz.

Requiring 18-52 volts phantom power for operation, the TM1 features a precision machined four-stage brass body and capsule housing, nickel plate finish, Switchcraft XLR, shock absorbent O-rings, and heavy duty snap to fit mic clip. Optional accessories include an acoustic foam windscreen (WS-TM1) that threads onto the microphone housing for secure and stable operation, and a shockmount adapter (SMT-TM1).

www.audixusa.com

Let Nature Sing: Solo Songs for the Developing Voice

Carl Fischer Music’s Let Nature Sing: Solo Songs for the Developing Voice. This new release, like the other books in this series, includes a CD containing both piano accompaniment and vocal demo tracks. Let Nature Sing: Solo Songs for the Developing Voice contains ten songs in a variety of styles from spirituals and folk songs to originally composed works, all by well-known female BriLee composers Earlene Rentz, Lynn Shaw Bailey, Laura Farnell, Ruth Elaine Schram, and Vicki Tucker Courtney. Each song is specifically tailored to the treble voice, from narrow ranges of six and seven notes to others that expand the range as the voice continues to develop and mature. These songs challenge the voice without taxing it, and encourage the development of expressiveness rather than over-extension. Includes favorites such as “Oh Shenandoah,” “I Know Where I’m Goin,” and “How Can I Keep From Singing?”

www.carlfischer.com

Presser Choral Worship Planners and Workbooks

Theodore Presser’s Prepare! worship planner and workbook from Abingdon Press was created by David L. Bone and Mary J. Scifres. The weekly worship plan book is specially designed for pastors and musicians. An all-in-one resource, it helps both the music director and pastor plan worship services for each Sunday and holy day of the year. Its calendar format makes it easy to plan the entire choir year from September through August. It also contains complete lectionary text of the Old Testament, Psalm, Epistle, and Gospel readings, as well as reproducible worship planning forms. Prepare! offers eight or more hymns for each service, appropriate for thirteen major denominations.

www.presser.com

The Latest News and Tips in Your Inbox - Sign Up Today!

Check Out Some Past Choral Director Magazine Issues