Putting The Show In Choir

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Putting The Show In Choir

Author : Valerie Lippoldt Mack
ISBN : 1617743232
Genre : Music
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(Resource). The author of bestselling Icebreakers and Icebreakers 2, Valerie Lippoldt Mack reflects on her career as a music educator, dancer, and musician and shares valuable knowledge and experience with you in Putting the SHOW in CHOIR. Full of tips and suggestions for successful auditions, choreography, staging, lights, costumes, programming, rehearsal suggestions, budgeting, public relations and more, this resource is a must for every concert, jazz, or show choir director! Truly there is a wealth of information in this easy and fun-to-read book with humorous stories sprinkled throughout that could only happen to Valerie!
Category: Music

A Handbook For Beginning Choral Educators

Author : Walter Lamble
ISBN : 0253216982
Genre : Music
File Size : 82.65 MB
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Walter Lamble offers guidance and expert advice to beginning choral educators. He covers many areas which are widely discussed among experienced professionals, but are not covered in a music education class.
Category: Music

I Can Only Imagine

Author : Bart Millard
ISBN : 9780785216759
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The captivating story behind the bestselling single in the history of Christian music—and the man who wrote it MercyMe’s crossover hit, “I Can Only Imagine,” has touched millions of people around the world. But few know about the pain, redemption, and healing that inspired it. Now Bart Millard, award-winning recording artist and lead singer of MercyMe, shares how his dad’s transformation from abusive father to man of God sparked a divine moment in music history. Go behind the scenes of Bart’s life—and the movie based on it—to discover how God repaired a broken family, prepared Bart for ministry through music, and wrote the words on his heart that would change his life forever. I Can Only Imagine is a front-row seat to witnessing God’s presence throughout Bart’s life. Whether falling in love with his childhood sweetheart or mourning his father’s death, founding MercyMe or flailing in the midst of its success, Bart continues to place his trust in God’s plans—plans that continue to surprise and surpass what Bart could have ever imagined.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Chorus And Community

Author : Karen Ahlquist
ISBN : 9780252072840
Genre : Music
File Size : 85.82 MB
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Looks at choruses not only as a source of music, but as organizations that come together for aesthetic, social, political, and religious purposes. This volume discusses groups, including an East African chorus; groups from 19th century England, Germany, and America; early twentieth-century Russian Menonites; Soviet workers' clubs; and more.
Category: Music

Filled With Glee

Author : Leah Wilson
ISBN : 9781935618003
Genre : Performing Arts
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Collects essays from fans on how Glee has touched their lives and presents an episode guide to season one that includes in-depth explorations of the characters and relationships, songs performed, and cast and guest stars biographies.
Category: Performing Arts

Black Family Today

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ISBN : WISC:89077936052
Genre : African American families
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Category: African American families

Complete Secondary Choral Music Guide

Author : Donald W. Roach
ISBN : UOM:39015023766176
Genre : Music
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This comprehensive resource offers a wealth of tools and techniques for administering junior and senior high school choruses, conducting the choral score, developing students' choral musicianship, and planning successful rehearsals and performances.
Category: Music

Rhythms Of Resistance

Author : Peter Fryer
ISBN : 0745307310
Genre : Blacks
File Size : 53.36 MB
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African rhythms are at the heart of contemporary black Brazilian music. Surveying a musical legacy that encompasses over 400 years, Rhythms of Resistance traces the development of this rich cultural heritage.Acclaimed author Peter Fryer describes how slaves, mariners and merchants brought African music from Angola and the ports of East Africa to Latin America. In particular, they brought it to Brazil - today the country with the largest black population of any outside Africa. Fryer examines how the rhythms and beats of Africa were combined with European popular music to create a unique sound and dance tradition. Fryer focuses on the political nature of this musical crossover and the role of an African heritage in the cultural identity of Brazilian blacks today.Rhythms of Resistance is an absorbing account of a theme in global music and is rich in fascinating historical detail.
Category: Blacks

Aberdeen Stories

Author : Steven C. Stoker
ISBN : 9781469762869
Genre : Fiction
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Enjoy these stand-alone short stories about a boy growing up in an Idaho farm town in mid-century. See how that town influenced its younger citizens and prepared them for life outside of its influence. Enjoy the humor, love and attitude that could only have come from small-town America during an era that is no more. It was a time before animals had rights-before anything political was correct-and before thick skins became thin. It was a time of slide rules, hula-hoops, and church keys. It was a time when candy bars were big and the national debt was small. It was a time when first date, first kiss, and first time occurred on three different nights. Close your eyes and pick a story or read them in order. Jog your memory or make a new one. It doesn't matter. These stories will move you!
Category: Fiction

Adorina And The Elephant Choir

Author : P. L. Chestney
ISBN : 9781412005067
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The circus has been an art form since early Roman times, and was the best and only local, traveling entertainment, before huge electronic technology advances of the twentieth century. The history of the circus from early times to present is important, fascinating, and disappearing. There is another piece of history, soon to disappear forever, and sometimes linked with circus life, the cultural ethnic group of peoples called Gypsys. The gypsy world is underdocumented and somehow linked to a lifestyle of traveling and entertaining people. What is a circus without animals or a gypsy camp without horses? The main character of Adorina and the Elephant Choir is a gypsy girl, called Dori, who started life as an abandoned baby, and grew up to become the star of a circus. She became an animal trainer or one of those people who have an affinity with animals and a special way to communicate with them. Dori had no mother, in the beginning, but during her life in the circus is given, two special mothers. She is a twin and finds herself in danger, from her gypsy brother. She is by birth order, first born, and therefore Queen of the Gypsys. Dori also finds her selfworth and a boy to love. The circus she lived in, is a place most kids would love to run away to. Adorina and the Elephant Choir tells the story of the circus and the people who live and breathe circus. Also, the book deals with human relationships, trials and tribulations, emotions, and resolution. The book is generally geared for children and young people, but adults will enjoy reading the book also.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

An Atheist In The Choir Loft

Author : Robert Simpson
ISBN : 1456893289
Genre : Religion
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This book is for anyone who has ever given serious thought to questioning the extraordinary claims of the Christian faith. For those who have harboured suspicions about the idea of a loving protector god; or the idea that an eternal paradise awaits us after death; or that there is a divine purpose to our lives this book will be a thought provoking read. The author was once a devout believer in the tenets of the Christian faith. He is now a contented atheist. An Atheist in the Choir Loft puts forward an honest account of what one firm believer discovered when he allowed himself to step back, separate his religious convictions from his identity, and objectively scrutinize the beliefs he had held for most of his life.
Category: Religion

The Choral Journal

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ISBN : UVA:X001993843
Genre : Choral music
File Size : 49.37 MB
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Category: Choral music

Sometimes Love Isn T Enough

Author : Lurlene McDaniel
ISBN : 9781467727969
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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"Junior high will be a blast," promises Andrea Manetti's best friend. But while exciting things are happening at school—new friends, boys, and a chance to star in the musical—Andrea's home life is falling apart. Her parents are always fighting; her mom's new job means Andrea has to help more with the family. And then there's Andrea's brother. Can Andrea keep her family together—and keep their secrets from getting out? And why does the boy at school who hates her seem to be the only one who understands her?
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Putting Out The Fleece

Author : Elmer H. Pullmann
ISBN : 9781412032360
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The author describes the early life of his wife Martha in South Dakota, his own early life in rural Nebraska, their courtship and life together in Iowa, Minnesota, Colorado and Missouri. The son of a Lutheran pastor, he details the hardships of Depression-era life in the Midwest during and after the Dust Bowl. With a strong belief that his life was directed by divine guidance and protected by guardian angels, he recounts his experiences in parish life, through school and on the job before joining the Navy. Drawing upon technical training in mechanics and experience with the power plants of PT boats and other navel vessels, he builds a career in auto mechanics. As the family grows he tries his hand at entrepreneurship, first as owner of a repair station, then as proprietor of fast food businesses. As retirement approaches, he fulfills a long suppressed talent for carpentry and cabinetry. He describes the ups and downs of nearly 60 years of married life before the final decline and death of his beloved Martha. As patriarch of his six children, he portrays life in assisted living, declining health, reduced travel, and the blessings of great-grandchildren.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Destined For Greatness

Author : Dale C. Broome
ISBN : 9781449741525
Genre : Religion
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In Destined for Greatness, author Dale C. Broome draws from her criminal justice education and prior job experiences, her observations working in the court system, and her own struggles and shortcomings as a society-labeled "single parent" to minority teenage boys. She has whipped these ingredients together with Divine revelations and the God-given promises anchored in God's Holy Word to offer some Godly tools in the form of hope and encouragement to those filled with hopelessness and despair—primarily the youth! As a voice for the voiceless, she warns parents, those in authority—including judges, and all those who come in contact with young people to start seeing these young people through the lenses of God, for often they are not as they appear! Stop tearing them down with venomous words; instead, use this energy to build them up. They have been made in God's image; they are fearfully and wonderfully made. According to Philippians 4:13, they can do all things through Christ who strengthens them. There is, indeed, greatness within them! Dale Christine Broome is the founder of Destination Greatness, a Christ-anchored ministry of restoration and hope. Part of her mission is to steer young males from the tentacles of the criminal justice system, propelling them into their God-given Greatness.
Category: Religion

School Community Relations

Author : Douglas J. Fiore
ISBN : 9781596671614
Genre : Education
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Much has changed since the publication of the highly successful Second Edition. In addition to updated coverage of hot-button issues such as funding, charter schools, high-stakes testing, teacher accountability, and multiculturalism, the Third Edition includes a new chapter on social networking, which shows you how to take maximum advantage of Facebook, Twitter, RSS feeds, and more. By showcasing a large selection of real-life examples, this book also demonstrates how to prepare a successful school-community relations plan, read the pulse of your community, communicate effectively, and plan for and deal with crisis situations. Contents include: Paying Attention to Public Opinion Establishing Everybody's Role Opening Up to Your Internal Publics Embracing Your External Publics Saying What You Mean: Meaning What You Say Evaluating Effectiveness and Building Confidence - The Future
Category: Education


Author : Katherine Gibson
ISBN : 9781897414941
Genre : Electronic books
File Size : 77.86 MB
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Pause: Putting the Brakes on a Runaway Life puts the hurried life on notice. Pause challenges the chaos that churns in our society with gentle suggestions to inject moments of fun, adventure, and self-care. Pause will convince you that life dramatically improves when we replace meaningless activities, back-to-back commitments, and unfulfilling obligations with activities that give life zest.
Category: Electronic books

Msboa Journal

Author : Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association
ISBN : UOM:39015025403612
Genre : Music
File Size : 67.13 MB
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Category: Music