A history of choral music. Early history : 32,000 BC-500 AD ; Gregorian chants ; Rhythm ; Polyphony ; The motet ; Secular singing ; The choral ; The madrigal ; The Baroque period ; Music today for chorus or choir : Opera, Folk songs, Broadway and American pop, The blues, Jazz, Rock (and roll), "New" music, The great choral music
A guide to singing in a chorus or choir. Some basics of singing ; The physiology of singing ; Round sound ; Vowels and consonants ; The "whole" ; Your voice ; Breathing ; The passage ; Vibrato ; Taking breaths ; Singing softly ; Rhythm ; Reading music ; Words ; Words and music, or music and words : Cheating ; Practice ; Rehearsals ; The aging voice ; Your fellow singers ; Finding a vocal coach ; Singing groups : The barbershop quartet, The octet, Madrigals, Chamber music, Large choruses, Opera choruses, Gilbert & Sullivan, Broadway musicals, Other groups ; To conductors and directors
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