The Confident Choir: A Handbook for Leaders of Group Singing (Hardback)Michael Bonshor (author)
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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Number of pages: 212
Weight: 445 g
Dimensions: 239 x 158 x 20 mm
This realistic, well researched and practical guide provides conductors and scholars with transformative advice for building confidence in choirs. Bonshor's comprehensive approach and coherent writing provide pragmatic solutions for all readers. An influential book which will stimulate motivation and inspire confidence! -- Mary Black, post-doctoral research fellow, Music Department, Leeds University
This immensely thoughtful yet extremely practical book is based on a satisfying mixture of established psychological and pedagogical research, and Michael Bonshor's own qualitative research and experience of directing groups of singers in a wide variety of settings. I will almost certainly revisit this book at the beginning of each new choral society season to remind myself how to get the best out of my choir! -- Matthew Redfearn, conductor and music director, Glossop Choral Society
This fascinating new book is a great resource for both beginners and experienced practitioners working with amateur singers who seek to develop their professional skills and knowledge within this field. This scholarly yet richly practical guide is supported by checklists and thought provoking statements from singers and conductors relating to collective singing performances. The book is underpinned by the extensive expert professional experience of the author and will be of significant interest and value to all who lead amateur singing ensembles. -- Joy Hill, choral conductor, Royal College of Music Junior Department
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