Bumblebee!: Rounds & Warm-ups for Choirs

Overview

Bumblebee! Rounds & Warm-ups for Choirs is more than just a collection of 123 choir exercises. Michael Griffin, who has taught and consulted throughout the world, shares timeless wisdom to help you get your choir into shape.

"Will prove useful for almost everyone" -Rhinegold Music Teacher Magazine.

"This is a great resource to add to one's library of rehearsal tricks." - Anacrusis, ACCC, Canada

"This is really good stuff for all kinds of vocal groups, choirs, conductors. Bravo!!" - Harrie Spronken, ...

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Overview

Bumblebee! Rounds & Warm-ups for Choirs is more than just a collection of 123 choir exercises. Michael Griffin, who has taught and consulted throughout the world, shares timeless wisdom to help you get your choir into shape.

"Will prove useful for almost everyone" -Rhinegold Music Teacher Magazine.

"This is a great resource to add to one's library of rehearsal tricks." - Anacrusis, ACCC, Canada

"This is really good stuff for all kinds of vocal groups, choirs, conductors. Bravo!!" - Harrie Spronken, Netherlands.

"This is the thinking person's guide to training a choir! Love it." - Margaret May, Australia.

"It's great to have some fresh warm-ups to add to the repertory. Being short and repetitive by their nature, we need lots of different ones and most of these are new to my choir. The tips for actions and techniques etc. are really useful, and the advice at the back of the book has made me review some of my strategies." - Philip Duffy, UK.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781482355178
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/28/2013
  • Pages: 100
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.21 (d)

Meet the Author

Australian citizen Michael Griffin, B.Ed Music, M.Ed Studies, A.Mus.A is a classical pianist, choral conductor, author and educator. He has taught extensively in Australia and abroad and has consulted for schools and conferences in more than twenty countries. As a conductor, his school ensembles have received numerous awards, including the 2004 Australasian Open Choral Championship, and he has adjudicated at several choral eisteddfods in Australia. Griffin was awarded the South Australian Education and Arts Ministers' Prize in 2006, and is listed in the 'Who's Who South Australia' for 2007 and 2008. Griffin has authored books on music practice and for music classroom curriculum in jazz harmony and classroom keyboard pedagogy. As a pianist, he has held residencies at Dubai's Burj al Arab and Australia's Hayman Island. His website is www.musiceducationworld.com and contact griffin@musiceducationworld.com.
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