Warm-Ups And Work-Outs For The Developing Choir Volume 1

Books | Voice, Piano

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Author: Emily Crocker
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work

Frequently, amateur choral directors have to rely on warm-up exercises they have picked up during their own choral experience. This book aims to give such people a brief guide to vocal exercises which work to specific purposes. Emily Crocker is well known for her work with developing choirs, these excercises cover producing a free and open tone, articulation and diction, resonance and intonation.

Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
No of pages: 16
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL47123012

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            Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
            8 out of 10


            southampton GB choir leader
            The Choir enjoyed their first attempt at doing some of the exercises and seemed to have renewed energy afterwards so I was very pleased with them! Good value for money.
            I think the cover could do with being a bit stronger - a laminate cover might preserve it quite a bit longer.....
            Confirmed purchase: 06 February 2017
            Published on: 21 February 2017
            8 out of 10


            Bonnyrigg GB I like singing
            I felt is was suitable for both a choir master or a person at home.
            Reviewer left no comment
            Confirmed purchase: 16 February 2016
            Published on: 01 March 2016
            6 out of 10

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            Didn't like the writing style but the content was helpful.
            Confirmed purchase: 26 February 2015
            Published on: 12 March 2015

            Musicroom Reviews

            I strongly recommend this book as a singing teacher and choir conductor. It has got basic posture, breathing and warm up exercises for the choir and even for a solo singer.
            Anonymous - (Totnes, United Kingdom)
            This was very useful and helpful. It contains lots of ideas to develop singers.
            Anonymous - (Chester, United Kingdom)
            Very good and easy to use and adapt to suit the needs of the groups I work with. From adult choir to Youth choir and even individuals.
            Anonymous - (Wales)
            Very useful for a beginner for the price.
            Anonymous - (Shipston-on-Stour, United Kingdom)
            This reasonably priced warm-up guide is very useful as a way of starting our rehearsals. Our singing group, recently formed comprises about 20. They are enthusiastic and committed in their approach to singing and these warm-ups help a great deal.
            Anonymous - (Gainsborough, United Kingdom)
            A useful little warm up tool, great for filling up spare time in a session.
            Anonymous - (Peterborough, United Kingdom)
            Perfectly safe, but nothing interesting or original. Useful if you want a piano accompaniment that transposes exercises through the keys.
            Anonymous - (Merton Park, United Kingdom)
            Used this for years. Great!!
            Anonymous - (Brackley, United Kingdom)