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Yes, I'll ask Qs, discuss, 'answer,' commentate, meditate, palaverate, prevaricate(?), potentiate, graduate, alleviate, acetate, dentate, masticate, palliate, and rememberate at a rate that I have ate.
But only if y'all do the same, now...  Les get crackin'.
Make me editate:  Leon
on March 23, 2011 4:35pm
Hi Leon (and others who can chime in!)
How does one create a positive and encouraging environment while simultaneously asking/requiring the choir to be independent musicians and take responsibility for their own music-making?  I firmly believe that both can be achieved.  I have experienced such an environment as a singer.  How can I achieve such an environment as a conductor?
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