Choral and Orchestral Conducting Techniques
Date of Award
Colby College. Music Dept.
In this final report on the aspects of choral an orchestral conducting I will divide the discussiun into four areas: 1) Score Reading, 2) Rehearsing, 3) Movement and Beat Patterns, 4) Necessary Traits for the Conductor. This will be a general discussion, in layman's terms, of the work involved, not giving attention to specific details and problems dealt with in specific works. This paper is merely to serve as a sort of journalistic report on my own experience in learning this art. Practial experience involving rehearsals and actually directing a choral or orchestral group was limited during the year of study. However, during January I worked with a choral group of Colby students rehearsing and ultimately performing a program of Negro Songs and Spirituals. This was a time when I was able to apply all the aspects of the above four areas to my study in the way of practical experience.
Conducting, Choral conducting
Iacono, Thomas, "Choral and Orchestral Conducting Techniques" (1975). Senior Scholar Papers. Paper 305.
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