A group of 40.9% disagree that rehearsal time should be spent preparing repertoire for performance rather than instructing an ensemble in sight singing; 88.6% believe that choirs who sight sing regularly learn music faster. Despite these impressive numbers, 61.8% of respondents strongly agreed or agreed with the statement that they have difficulty finding enough class time to teach sight singing.If there is disagreement as to the methods a teacher should use for sight-singing instruction, then publishers must create ... materials offer adaptability to a teachera#39;s method, it stands to reason that a teacher with a positive attitude toward anbsp;...
|Title||:||Sight-singing Instruction in the Undergraduate Choral Ensembles of Colleges and Universities in the Southern Division of the American Choral Directors Association: Teacher Preparation, Pedagogical Practices and Assessed Results|
|Author||:||Gerald C. Myers|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|