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Cantors Using Music Bring Energy Repeatedly (Elements of Design) - Warm-Up

By Earlene Rentz

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Piano, Choir, SAB, Unison, SA, Choir - other voicings, Also 2-Part/3-Part Mixed
Composed by Earlene Rentz. Classroom, General Instructional, Technique Training. Octavo. 3 pages. Published by Earlene Rentz Online Publications, LLC (S0.64337).

Item Number: S0.64337

This warm-up for Unison, 2-Part, 3-Part, or SAB choirs teaches the elements of design by using mnemonics: Contrast, Unity, Movement, Balance, Emphasis, Repetition. Written in the style of a Hebrew folk song, students may start with a slow tempo, and increase the tempo as they become more comfortable with the style. Feel free to add stringed instruments (chords are provided) and other instruments appropriate for the style.Duration: 1:00.

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