The Wednesday Workout: Practical Techniques for Rehearsing the Church Choir [NOOK Book]

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"By the Way- You Start Tomorrow Night". The recruiting of a less-than-fully-trained person is usually done at the last minute, since the search for a fully trained person will continue as long as there is either time or hope. Our last-minute, inexperienced director, then will be starting immediately. This first chapter is the most light-hearted, the most general, and the most basic of the book. It is pep talk and a look at the thing to do the first night for the first Sunday. The remainder of the book covers the other ongoing aspects of planning
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The Wednesday Workout: Practical Techniques for Rehearsing the Church Choir

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Overview

"By the Way- You Start Tomorrow Night". The recruiting of a less-than-fully-trained person is usually done at the last minute, since the search for a fully trained person will continue as long as there is either time or hope. Our last-minute, inexperienced director, then will be starting immediately. This first chapter is the most light-hearted, the most general, and the most basic of the book. It is pep talk and a look at the thing to do the first night for the first Sunday. The remainder of the book covers the other ongoing aspects of planning and directing effective choral rehearsals.
* Easy-to-use practical format and style
* Light, anecdotal reading
* Covers all elements of rehearsal planning and techniques
* Provides directors handles on how to use rehearsal time
* Helps directors learn to better plan and work ahead
* Gives directors more confidence in this area of leadership
Market
* Church choir directors
* Music directors
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426728938
  • Publisher: Abingdon Press
  • Publication date: 10/1/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 726,821
  • File size: 234 KB

Meet the Author

Richard DeVinney is a retired organist and Director of Church Music from Glen Arbor, Michigan. He is the author of The Wednesday Workout for Abingdon Press.
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