Roger Emerson: Pop Warm-Ups And Work-Outs For Choir - Volume 2 (Book/Online Audio)

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Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work

Following the success of Pop Warm-Ups & Work-Outs for Guys (08749926) and Pop Warm-Ups & Work-Outs for Choir Volume 1 (08753187), this sequel includes many of the latest pop song melodies and motives to inspire students to sing with gusto and to reinforce basic choral fundamentals common to all types of music.

The ten songs featured in this second volume of Pop Warm-Ups And Work-Outs For Choir are preceded by suggestions for practising and reinforcing skills such as breath control, ear training, vowel shapes, resonance, range extension and head voice development. The warm-ups can be used with changed or unchanged voices.

The professionally-produced audio recordings present each exercise with and without singers, and are included via digital download. Pop Warm-Ups And Work-Outs For Choir Volume 2 is a valuable resource that will encourage students to sing out while building a better understanding of their amazing instrument - the human voice! Warm-Ups are based on the following songs: Ho Hey, Home, Best Day of My Life, The Lion Sleeps Tonight, Moves Like Jagger, The Flight of the Bumblebee, Chasing the Sun, The Interval Song, The Christmas Song, Some Nights. Suggested for middle and high school choirs.

ISBN: 9781495052309
Published on: 22 February 2016
No of pages: 72
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00153997
 
     
       

        Arr. Roger Emerson: Pop Warm-Ups And Work-Outs For Choir - Volume 2 (Book/Online Audio) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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        8 out of 10

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        Not everyone is able to download the backing tracks !! A CD disc provided with the book as with the previous Pop Warm-up book would be much better.
        Confirmed purchase: 13 April 2016
        Published on: 28 April 2016