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“Pop Warm-Ups and Work-Outs for Choir” Monday, November 14, 2011

Following the success of the Pop Warm-Ups & Work-Outs for Guys collection, Roger Emerson has created Pop Warm-Ups and Work-Outs for Choir, a series of warm-ups for all choirs that use classic rock and roll tunes to build vocal skills while having fun! Each of the eight warm-ups provides a focus objective, suggested learning outcomes and related choral literature for younger and developing ensembles.

Concepts covered include: vowel shapes, resonance, breath control, head voice and falsetto, articulation and diction and much more! Warm-ups are based on these pop classics: “At the Hop,” “Do-Re-Mi,” “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Good Vibrations,” “Hound Dog,” “Lean on Me,” “The Longest Time,” “Spinning Wheel,” “Thriller,” and “Witch Doctor.”

For more exciting warm-up resources for your choir, please contact us!

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