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Renaissance music for the choral conductor

Robert J. Summer

Renaissance music for the choral conductor

a practical guide

by Robert J. Summer

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Published by Scarecrow Press in Lanham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Choral music

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert J. Summer
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML1502 .S86 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25385127M
    ISBN 109780810882805
    LC Control Number2012028943

      A Renaissance music renaissance is taking place at the University of Mississippi.. Thanks to a gift provided by an anonymous donor, a symposium in summer will bring the enchanting, but seldom-performed music of the Renaissance back to life with a four-day series of lectures and free concerts focusing on historical performances of music created . Dr. Shrock is a noted choral-scholar and author of many books on historical performance and repertoire. His book titled Performing Renaissance Music published in by GIA Publications will be included in your registration fee and utilized during the instruction.

      Check out a the repertoire lists and public domain editions at the above site. The “Choral Treasure Hunts” were sessions presented by choral music educators for music educators (not selling anything!). There are many examples and free editions of Renaissance music appropriate for various levels. Delivering music since JW Pepper ® is your sheet music store for band, orchestra and choral music, piano sheet music, worship songs, songbooks and more. Download and buy printable sheet music online at JW Pepper. ®.

    Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Italian Renaissance composer of more than masses and motets, a master of contrapuntal composition. His works were especially noted for their variety of form and type. Learn more about Palestrina’s life, music, and legacy.   OXFORD, Miss. – A Renaissance music renaissance is coming to the University of Mississippi.. Thanks to a gift provided by an anonymous donor, a symposium in summer will bring the enchanting, but seldom-performed music of the Renaissance back to life with a four-day series of lectures and free concerts focusing on historical performances of music .


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Renaissance music for the choral conductor by Robert J. Summer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Renaissance Music for the Choral Conductor is the ideal textbook for choral literature and choral conducting classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels. It can serve as a reference for anyone who wishes to program and explore music from this period in greater depth, including church musicians and conductors of professional ensembles.5/5(2).

Renaissance Music for the Choral Conductor: A Practical Guide addresses the study and performance of Renaissance music in a way that is understandablePages: At a time when critical thinking and problem solving are needed to make choral classes a bona fide curriculum offering, this workbook on teaching and performing Renaissance choral music is designed to give students in choral ensembles a representative sampling of Renaissance choral music and information about its style and structure, and to give choral conductors instructional materials that can help them teach students about the music as it is being rehearsed Price: $ Renaissance Music for the Choral Conductor is the ideal textbook for choral literature and choral conducting classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

It can serve as a reference for anyone who wishes to program and explore music from this period in greater depth, including church musicians and conductors of professional ensembles. Renaissance Music for the Choral Conductor is the ideal textbook for choral literature and choral conducting classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

It can serve as a reference for anyone who wishes to program and explore music from this period in greater depth, including church musicians and conductors of professional : This book is a vital resource for any conductor, performer, or aficionado of Renaissance music.

Dennis Shrock is author of six Renaissance music for the choral conductor book published by GIA: Performing Renaissance Music (); Performance Practices in the Baroque Era (); Performance Practices in the Classical Era (); Handel’s Messiah: A Performance Practice Handbook (); Music for Beginning.

The Choral Conductor, Kurt Thomas, music instruction book, out of print. Performing Choral Music from the Renaissance Choir Book Palestrina’s only known autograph manuscript. Rhythm and Tempo The music is put together in arches, with cadences as points of repose and regathering of energy.

Rhythm and Tempo. Chamber Choir, the Choir of Royal Holloway, University of London, the Joyful Company of Singers, the Renaissance Singers and the Music Makers of London.

Eminent choral conductors who have recently taught on the course include Simon Carrington (Professor Emeritus, Yale University), Timo Nuoranne. He got his Doctorate in Choral Music at the Cesena Conservatoire of Music.

He studied Renaissance Choral Music in England and Rome. He is the Artistic Director and Conductor of the professional group Musica Ficta Vocal Ensemble.

For many years, Andrea Angelini has conducted concerts with the choir Carla Amori, in Italy and abroad. choral music from the Renaissance both authentic and fulfilling. Buddy James, presenter ACDA-CA Summer Conference ECCO Conference Center RATIONALE FOR PERFORMING RENAISSANCE MUSIC The music is part of our choral heritage as an historical musical experience It is a body of literature accessible and affordable to many age and ability levels.

Renaissance music for the choral conductor: a practical guide, Robert J. Summer. (pbk.: alk. paper), Toronto Public Library.

Renaissance Choral Masterworks. Brilliant Classics: Buy 2 CDs or download online. Chapelle du Roi, Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, Choir of King's College, Choir of St John's College, Ensemble San Felice, Chamber Choir of Europe, Alistair Dixon, Timothy Brown, Stephen Cleobury, Christopher Robinson, Federico Bardazzi, Nicol Matt.

The small choral ensemble, considered the best medium for performing Renaissance choral music, offers an ideal situtation for teaching musical style and structure through the mode of performance. The book includes a conductor's manual and a performer's programmed insturction workbook.

“Spem In Alium” is probably the best-known of Tallis’s substantial output. It is an impressive work composed for eight choirs, each with five voices. This creates a choral piece of magnificent textural complexity and stands as an extemporary Renaissance Motet. The Renaissance Singers are a chamber choir based in London, specialising in the performance of Renaissance period music.

We also offer singing workshops led by some of the most talented conductors and performers of choral music. Impressive Jewish choral music featuring Mosaic Voices with conductor and arranger Michael Etherton. The Voice of Song and Prayer, known colloquially as the ‘The Blue Book’, has been the foundation of Jewish choral music in the UK and the Commonwealth ever since it was published in London in To find out more, I spoke to Dr Laurie Stras, Professor of Music at the University of Huddersfield, author of the recently published book Women and Music in Sixteenth-Century Ferrara, musicologist and co-director of two early music female-voice ensembles – Musica Secreta and Celestial spent seven years bringing princess Leonora d’Este's motets back to life.

Books, phonetic readings, IPA, translations. Multiple languages. Singing Early Music / T.J. McGee., A.G. Rigg, D.N. Klausner IPA for Late Middle Ages and Renaissance song texts MTS56 + LPCD ; The Goliard Poets / George F.

Whicher Medieval Latin songs with translations ML G64   An even more clear line is drawn in the Renaissance between music for the Church (sacred) and music used at Court for example (secular). Masses formed a central part of Renaissance composers output, settings of the Latin text from the Bible.

The masses would have been sung by an all-male choir, consisting of Bass, Tenors and Counter-tenors. After completing a Master of Arts degree in Music inIan was appointed Organist and Master of the Choristers at St Columb’s Cathedral, Londonderry—the UK’s youngest Cathedral organist.

The following year, he was appointed director of the renowned Belfast-based chamber choir Renaissance.Dennis Shrock is author of six books published by GIA: Performing Renaissance Music (); Performance Practices in the Baroque Era (); Performance Practices in the Classical Era (); Handel’s Messiah, a Performance Practice Handbook (); Music for Beginning Conductors (); and A Conductor’s Guide to Choral/Orchestral Repertoire, co-authored .Rebirth of Renaissance Music ANONYMOUS DONOR FUNDS SYMPOSIUM TO REVIVE MUSIC OF EARLIER ERA Octo Dr.

Dennis Shrock, noted choral-scholar and author of several books on historic performance and repertoire, will be the guest conductor and featured lecturer for three annual music symposiums focusing on historical performances at .