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Repertoire Forum

  • Sing, Sing, Sing…Vocal Jazz

    Choral Director Magazine | May 21, 2013A look at repertoire from the Vocal Jazz genre... Read More...
  • Choral Works With French Texts

    Choral Director Magazine | March 22, 2013The French language has inspired generations of composers... Read More...
  • Show Starters & Stoppers

    Choral Director Magazine | January 21, 2013Distinctive Pieces to Begin and Conclude Concerts. Read More...
  • Repertoire Forum: Spirituals

    Choral Director Magazine | December 4, 2012Selected Spiritual Arrangements For All Choirs Read More...
  • Musical & Historical Anniversaries in 2013

    Choral Director Magazine | October 2, 2012Choosing pieces based on anniversaries helps narrow repertoire searches and contextualize music within history. Read More...
  • New Choral Music for 2012-2013

    Choral Director Magazine | July 30, 2012Interesting texts, fresh accompaniments, appropriate vocal ranges, and varied harmonic language... Read More...
  • Choral Settings to Emily Dickinson’s Poetry

    Choral Director Magazine | May 30, 2012Themed concerts revolving around the poetry of Dickinson and other American poets will certainly interest your students and audiences. Read More...
  • American Choral Music: 1940-1960

    Choral Director Magazine | April 5, 2012Suggestion for examples of the rich and never-dull American choral repertory. Read More...
  • Baroque Music for All Levels

    Choral Director Magazine | February 2, 2012As we encourage our students to be life-long choristers, it is important that we expose them to the entire body of choral literature. Read More...
  • Repertoire Forum: New Holiday Music

    Choral Director Magazine | August 2, 2011This issue includes reviews of works especially well suited for holiday concerts, with a variety of voicings and difficulties represented. You won’t find in my column a lot of pieces that are in the public eye, such as pop arrangements from the “Glee” series, or viral videos easily available on YouTube. My focus here are those hidden gems that you sometimes have to hunt to find. Read More...
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