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Rhythmic Interest and Forward Motion

Forward motion

Bringing the rhythm of music to life


Establishing logical note-groupings

Off-beat emphasis

Using rhythm to move the music forward


Marking forward motion in our scores

Specific rhythms

The function of rhythms in context

Rhythmic interest

A common thread in all great performances

The focus is on bringing the rhythm of your music to life. Volume five of the 'Choral Techniques and Methods Series' will teach you and your choir how to find and mark instances of forward motion in your scores. You will learn how rhythmic interest and the textual emphasis taught in video four go hand in hand. Adiitionally you will learn how rhythmic interest and forward motion are common threads in all great performances. Your singers will find all of the shows in this series to be clarifying and insightful. By learning the valuable information peresented in them, the members of your chorus will share a common vocabulary.

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