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GUEST BLOG POST: ON PROGRAMMING, PART 3

This is the final installment in a 3-part series, the first two of which can be found here and here. In these articles, we discussed some of the challenges presented by the task of

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GUEST BLOG POST: ON PROGRAMMING, PART 2

In the first article of this 3-part series, we discussed some of the factors conductors must consider when assembling a program that is compelling, coherent, and musically

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GUEST BLOG POST: ON PROGRAMMING, PART 1

Of the many hats choral conductors wear, one of the more challenging ones to put on is that of programmer. In many respects, programming a concert is similar to the act of

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THE SEE-A-DOT CATALOG: SACRED PIECES

Religion and choir go together like peanut butter and jelly: the Western choral tradition has its roots in medieval Gregorian chant and mutated over time to include polyphony and

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THE SEE-A-DOT CATALOG: INSTRUMENTAL SOLOS

Our last blog post focused on pieces in our catalog with featured vocal solos, but we also carry a number of pieces featuring obligato instrumental parts as well. There are many

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Matt Oltman, Conductor Emeritus of Chanticleer

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Thomas Holm, Conductor at Northwestern College

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Stacy Weger, Director of Choral Activities, Southeastern Oklahoma State University

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Bill Skoog, Director of Choral Studies, Rhodes College

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