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The Choral Warm-Up: Modal Exercises
Aeolian, Dorian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Phrygian
Roger Ames, James Jordan
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In response to the success of The Choral Warm-Up: Core Vocal Exercises, teachers and conductors have been requesting more exercises to expand the modal breadth of the series._x000D_
The Choral Warm-Up: Modal Exercises book and accompaniment CD, written and recorded by Roger Ames, a leading choral composer, contains 22 exercises designed to prepare the choir to be introduced to a mode._x000D_
James Jordan also writes a comprehensive introduction on the efficient use of these modal warm-up exercises._x000D_
Choir directors will find these exercises to be a key component in their quest to improve the musicianship and vocalism of their singers._x000D_
Roger Ames is music director of the Composer Librettist Studio at New Dramatists (New York City); director of Composition, Theory, and Vocal Music at Great Neck North High School (New York); and music director of Pantomonium, Inc. (also in New York City)._x000D_
James Jordan, conductor of the Westminster Williamson Voices and Schola Cantorum, as well as the Westminster Chapel Choir for more than a decade, at Westminster Choir College of Rider University, is recognized as one of the nationâ€™s preeminent conductors, writers, and innovators in choral teaching.
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