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Title: Perfect Choral Workbook, The
Publisher: Shawnee Press Inc
Composer: Seelig, Timothy
Catalog #: 35022833
Who knew that when you set out to be a choral conductor that your life would be completely filled with so many other activities and a plethora of roles other than just conductor? One of the main jobs of a choral director is that of a juggler, or a multitasker in the contemporary vernacular! The only way to survive and thrive in this world of music is to keep yourself organized. In The Perfect Choral Workbook, you will find the tools to organize your choral program and your career. There are over 50 forms and lists on the CD-ROM with printable files that will assist you with a range of tasks from making sure you are in the right place to possessing the necessary tools to cultivate magic in your music program. This workbook also allows you to tailor the forms to your specific program needs. A useful and informative guide to successfully juggling all your roles and tasks as a choral conductor!
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