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October 21st

Uplifting Programmatic Pieces for Strings – Grade 2-2.5

recommended by Dan C., Orchestra Music Specialist The best energetic program pieces of the year for younger string players!… read more

October 20th

“This Little Holiday Light of Mine”

recommended by Jen Sper, School Choral Music Specialist Feature your elementary choir this winter with one of these… read more

October 23rd

Timeline Photos

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October 22nd

Spring Choral Reading Session

Join the Stanton's School Choral Music team to review and sing our recommended choral music for finishing out the school… read more

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Boy's Changing Voice, The
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Title: Boy's Changing Voice, The

Voicing/Format: Video
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Leck, Henry
Catalog #: 08742094 Price: $29.99

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Join Henry Leck and a choir made up of young male singers from the Indianapolis Children's Choir and the Indianapolis Youth Chorale. They explore the historical, physical, emotional, and individual musical perspective of the boy's changing voice as well as how the process affects the choral ensemble as a whole. This video offers choir directors, studio voice teachers and young singers the opportunity to examine the process of vocal maturation and how that process might be approached within the choral ensemble. Includes warmups and vocal exercises, ranges and guidelines for vocal classification, technical data, interviews with several young singers, and several excerpts of solo and choral repertoire in performance. Available: DVD.
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