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Choral conducting techniques will be developed through exercises and projects that encompass the many facets of this activity. Using the class as the primary practice choir, students will focus on conducting patterns applied to elements of interpretation, keyboard and vocal skills, issues of tuning and blend, rehearsal techniques, score study, and style and repertoire. Regular videotaping of conducting sessions will provide opportunities for students to study themselves. Repertoire will include a broad survey of works from the early Renaissance to early 21st century, accompanied and a cappella, and issues of conducting ensembles at various skill levels will be addressed.
The Class: Type: seminar/coaching sessions
Requirements/Evaluation: evaluation will be based on regular conducting assignments and final projects
Prerequisites: MUS 103 and 104
Enrollment Preference: upperclass students
Department Notes: MUS Group B Electives--class of 2016
Distributions: Division I;