Addressing the world's largest and most popular form of music participation, this Companion combines perspectives on choral music's history, its global culture and professional development. Written by a team of international practitioners and scholars, the volume includes a pedagogical section where leading choral musicians provide fascinating insights into choral performance.
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'Invaluable to both undergraduate and postgraduate music students. It would be a useful addition to a specialist music library or a university library both in this country and abroad.' Lucy Seale, Reference ReviewsÜber den Autor:
André de Quadros, as a conductor, scholar, music educator and human rights activist, has conducted and undertaken research in over forty countries. He is a professor of music at Boston University, where he also holds positions in African studies, Asian studies and Muslim studies. He is the conductor of the Manado State University Choir (Indonesia) and artistic director of Aswatuna, Arab Choral Initiative, editor of the series Music of Asia and the Pacific and Salamu Aleikum - Music of the Muslim World for Earthsongs, USA, and general editor of the Carmina Mundi series for Carus Verlag, Germany.
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