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The See-A-Dot Catalog: Sacred Pieces

Religion and choir go together like peanut butter and jelly: the Western choral tradition has its roots in medieval Gregorian chant and mutated over time to include polyphony and form, usually after some ecclesiastical reckoning or change. In recent times, the choral tradition has also included numerous sacred practices and experiences, such as Judaism, Hinduism,…

An Introduction to Intonation and Microtonality for Choirs, Part 3

Microtonality is one of those seemingly deeply esoteric terms that both mystifies and terrifies musicians. The purpose of this series is to open the door of understanding to the world of microtonality and, ultimately, intonation. The question of how to achieve intonation in choral music has plagued conductors for centuries. We struggle with teaching our…

An Introduction to Intonation and Microtonality for Choirs, Part 2

Microtonality is one of those seemingly deeply esoteric terms that both mystifies and terrifies musicians. The purpose of this series is to open the door of understanding to the world of microtonality and, ultimately, intonation. The question of how to achieve intonation in choral music has plagued conductors for centuries. We struggle with teaching our…

An Introduction to Intonation and Microtonality for Choirs, Part 1

Microtonality is one of those seemingly deeply esoteric terms that both mystifies and terrifies musicians. The purpose of this series is to open the door of understanding to the world of microtonality and, ultimately, intonation. The question of how to achieve intonation in choral music has plagued conductors for centuries. We struggle with teaching our…

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