American Choral Review Archive

Volume 29, No. 1

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Articles

Michael Haydn and Mozart: Two Requiem Settings

by Jeffrey T. Poland

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In considering Michael Haydn's influence we are dealing with a...

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In considering Michael Haydn's influence we are dealing with a characteristic fusion of Baroque elements and the musical heritage of Salzburg, both inherent in Haydn's and Mozart's style; and while the ensuing discussion is not directed at a comprehensive stylistic comparison, much understanding can be gained by the specific investigation of similarities between Haydo's Requiem in C Minor and Mozart's Requiem.

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Choral Conductors Forum: The Show Choir: A Conductor Challenge and Defense

by Alfred Mann

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We are dealing with amateurism of a hazardous variety, and...

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We are dealing with amateurism of a hazardous variety, and its dangers are spelled out through a detailed examination of the four "myths" on which the novel institution of the Show Choir is founded.

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