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The Choral Warm-Up Collection

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Collection
Arranger Sally K Albrecht
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 21676

Price: $24.99

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The Choral Warm-Up Collection Arranged by Sally K Albrecht. For Collection. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 21676, UPC: 038081211008)

Alfred Publishing is proud to support ACDA (The American Choral Directors Association) with the publication of The Choral Warm-Up Collection, a new sourcebook featuring 167 favorite warm-ups contributed by 51 choral directors from across the nation. These generous directors have agreed to donate their royalties to the ACDA Endowment Trust, to be used for student scholarships and conducting awards. This incredible resource consists of warm-ups for every situation and focusing on many different vocal areas. The text is organized into several categories: beginning warm-ups, breathing, vowels, diction, flexibility, scales, intervals, intonation, phrasing, blend, dynamics, minor, range, chords and rounds. Set the mood for a successful choral rehearsal while developing and reinforcing positive ensemble vocal techniques with The Choral Warm-Up Collection.
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