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Enhancing Music Through Movement (Dvd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Video
Desc Dvd
Composer Rodney Eichenberger
Publisher Santa Barbara Music Publishing
Catalog # SBMP661

Price: $19.95

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Enhancing Music Through Movement (Dvd) Composed by Rodney Eichenberger. For Video. Published by Santa Barbara Music Publishing. (Catalog # SBMP661, UPC: 964807086615)

Rodney Eichenberger skillfully demonstrates the effectiveness of employing singer movement to sensitize the ensemble to more subtle musicality. Working with 14 choirs representing church, school, community, and college, in unrehearsed, spontaneous demonstrations, singers are given some ownership in the rehearsal process as they internalize musical concepts kinetically, aurally, and visually. The video demonstrates how these techniques can be incorporated into more effective conducting gesture in rehearsal and in concert. The impressive results speak for themselves as to the worth of these rehearsal techniques.
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