American Choral Review Archive
Volume 1, No. 2
Results of the first year of survey activities confirm: Choral singing in the nation is essentially an avocational activity; most choral conductors seem to have a thorough professional training. Of choruses contacted only six (2.3% of all groups) are composed entirely of professional choristers, and only 8.9% occasionally engage professionals.
Address by Dr. Archibald T. Davison
by Archibald T. Davison
"...my experience of choral singing has been a long one....more...
"...my experience of choral singing has been a long one. In extent, it has been relatively limited being confined almost entirely to young men and women of college age. I seem. to have been born to thrive in that area of activity because my interest in music has, for many years, been strongly educational."less...