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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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THE SEE-A-DOT CATALOG: VOCAL SOLOS

In the See-A-Dot catalog, there are many great vocal solos for soloists in your vocal ensemble or choir, and now you can search for pieces with vocal solos on our Octavos page!

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AN INTRODUCTION TO INTONATION AND MICROTONALITY FOR CHOIRS, PART 3

Microtonality is one of those seemingly deeply esoteric terms that both mystifies and terrifies musicians. The purpose of this series is to open the door of understanding to the

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ACDA CONFERENCE 2017: READING SESSION & PACKET

See-A-Dot Music Publishing, Inc. is very excited to participate in the ACDA Conference being held this year in Minneapolis! For those interested in delving into the See-A-Dot

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AN INTRODUCTION TO INTONATION AND MICROTONALITY FOR CHOIRS, PART 2

Microtonality is one of those seemingly deeply esoteric terms that both mystifies and terrifies musicians. The purpose of this series is to open the door of understanding to the

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AN INTRODUCTION TO INTONATION AND MICROTONALITY FOR CHOIRS, PART 1

Microtonality is one of those seemingly deeply esoteric terms that both mystifies and terrifies musicians. The purpose of this series is to open the door of understanding to the

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CALL FOR SCORES: PIECES FOR SAB CHOIR

See-A-Dot Music Publishing is currently seeking new works for middle-school and junior high school choir to publish. See-A-Dot has taken an interest in curating a high quality

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COMPETITIONS AND MUSIC SUBMISSIONS FOR JANUARY 2017

Calls for scores and composer competitions are one of the few ways both emerging and established composers can receive recognition for their work. However, there are so many

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To Publish or Not to Publish?

The answer, of course, is to publish! As a composer, you are sitting on a collection of potentially money-making assets and it is in your best interest to make them available to

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Music Without Words – An Exploration of the Voice

One of the biggest struggles I encounter in writing and programming choral music is finding adventurous and innovative work that doesn’t sacrifice accessibility and performability

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5 Reasons Why Composers Should Conduct (And Conductors Should Compose!)

During my own career in the freelance music world, switching roles between performer, composer, and conductor has opened a diversity of opportunities I wouldn’t have dreamed. In a

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Advice To Graduating Students

When I first graduated from college with a shiny new diploma and a solid musical foundation I did what most young artists do: work in a cafe. I had no idea how to take the next

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The Boy Whose Father Was God

The Boy Whose Father Was God was probably the most ambitious and most carefully constructed program that I ever produced. The idea was to tell the story of the most revolutionary

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See-A-Dot Music Publishing Presents Composers Showcase on April 19 at Judson Memorial Hall in Manhattan

See-A-Dot Music Publishing, Inc. will present a Composers Showcase and Concert for new music lovers, conductors, and choral professionals in the New York area.

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