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Get A Big Teleconference Voice With Just A Tiny Mic Tweak

August 19, 2020

Has anyone ever said, “Wow, you sound great!” after your first words?

The COVID Choir Ensemble

Hello choir – welcome back!

The Seven Last Words of the Unarmed

A Choral Work for Our Time.

3 Top Tips from Instructional Designers for Choir Teachers

Tips to keep top of mind throughout your year – whether you’re online, in-person, or a mix.

Dorico 3.5 – Innovation in Notation

Steinberg’s music notation program, Dorico, has a fascinating history.

Continuing the Journey

If you have not already done so, it is time to develop a plan – and perhaps several plans – because just as sure as we “zig,” things will “zag.”

Two TV Moms and Musicals – Here’s the Story

Two favorite TV moms originally started in musicals. Florence Henderson (Carol Brady on The Brady Bunch) and Shirley Jones (Shirley Partridge on The Partridge Family) went on to star in classic TV series 50 years ago. This article’s subtitle derives from lyrics in the Brady Bunch theme. Both Henderson and Jones had big connections to […]

State Fair: 75 Years of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Film Musical

This article commemorates the 75th anniversary of State Fair by tracing back to its origins, describing its songs, and offering learning scenarios for music and performing arts.

Mary Poppins Films in the Curriculum – Can You Imagine That?

Mary Poppins and the sequel Mary Poppins Returns can enhance student learning, especially in terms of their musical scores and themes.

#TeachersAreEssential: Music Educators are #CriticallyVital

The need for the arts in every life we serve is vital, and you are the dedicated “composer” of each classroom or rehearsal session

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