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Choral Conducting book?

I saw a book in Barnes and Noble a few years ago on choral conducting technique, in which the author put forth a method for marking up choral scores for rehearsal.  There were examples of choral scores with superimposed "handwritten" annotations --sections, entrances, dynamics, etc.  Does anyone have any idea what this book might be?
on January 2, 2014 5:14am
There is a straightforward table of symbols and how to use them in Choral Conducting: A Symposium by Harold A. Decker and Julius Herford.  I think the table is part of Daniel Moe's essay in that book.  I use it with my choristers.  Peace in the New Yea, dla
on January 2, 2014 6:05am
My memory was in error.  I just found my copy of Choral Conducting: A Symposium above my desk.  The choral markup chart is not in Daniel Moe's essay, it is in Lloyd Pfautsch's excellent "The Choral Conductor and the Rehearsal."  This is one of the most helpful books for choral conductors.  PAX, d
on January 3, 2014 6:46am
Thanks! I'll check it out...
on January 3, 2014 5:59pm
The chord that represents the key your song is in should be featured more in the chorus than in the verse. (And the actual tonic note should also be used more in a chorus than in a verse.
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