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The Choral Warm-Up Collection
A Sourcebook of 167 Choral Warm-Ups Contributed by 51 Choral Directors
Compiled and edited by Sally Albrecht
128 pages

Warm-ups for every situation and type of choir, children to adults. Focusing on many different vocal areas, the 167 warm-ups are organized into 15 categories for ease of use. Each contributor offers tips for using the exercise (or set of exercises). Royalties are being donated to the American Choral Directors Association.

Contributors: Sally Albrecht, Nancy Allen, Jay Althouse, Hilary Apfelstadt, Charlene Archibeque, Andy Beck, Charles Claiborne, David Dickau, R. Paul Drummond, Charles Facer, Lois Fiftal, Calvin Gage, Ken Galbreath, James Gallagher, Janet Gardner, Elizabeth Gilpatrick, Sharon Davis Gratto, Lois Veenhoven Guderian, Leslie Guelker-Cone, Darla Hanley, John Hooper, James Hudson, Philip Kern, Lee Kjelson, Julie Knowles, Janeal Krehbiel, Patrick Liebergen, Valerie Lippoldt Mack, Mark Munson, Carol Myers, David Patrick, Dave Perry, Jean Perry, Alan Raines, David Riley, Russell Robinson, Joanne Rutkowski, Ronnie Sanders, Timothy Seelig, Jean Anne Shafferman, Doris Sjolund, Raymond Sprague, Richard Stanislaw, David Stutzenberger, Bruce Trinkley, Don Trott, Bingham Vick Jr., Michael Weber, Richard Weymuth, Larry Wyatt, Steven Young.  


  • Beginning Warm-Ups (#1-21)
  • Breathing (#22-28)
  • Vowels (#29-40)
  • Diction (#41-68)
  • Flexibility (#69-76)
  • Scales (#77-93)
  • Intervals (#94-106)
  • Intonation (#107-110)
  • Phrasing (#111-114)
  • Blend (#115-116)
  • Dynamics (#117-118)
  • Minor (#119-124)
  • Range (#125-143)
  • Chords (#144-158)
  • Rounds (#159-167)


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This is my second copy. This is such a great choral warm-up collection! It covers all categories of warm-ups and has a wide variety of exercises to utilize. It's one of the best all-around succinct choral warm-up editions I've come across. Bravo!
Jennifer L. H on Sep 17, 2012

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