RS ETHNIC & MULTICULTURAL

Joel Everist

Welcome!

Joel Everist
Multicultural and Ethnic Perspectives R&S Chair
ethnic-chair@iowachoral.org

WORK-IN-PROGRESS RESOURCES LIST
The list below is a work-in-progress compilation of information about resources on ethnic-multicultural repertoire. Some of these links offer several links to other equally valuable resources. Enjoy!

South Central Fall Mailing New 2013 2012 Reading Session Document

South Central Fall Mailing New 2013 2013 Reading Session Document

South Central Fall Mailing New 2013 Five Hebrew Love Songs Word by Word Translations

South Central Fall Mailing New 2013 Texts and Translations Handout

ACDA Ethnic & Multicultural Perspectives: http://acda.org/repertoire/ethnic_multicultural
This link provides excellent resources for multicultural study.

Alliance: http://www.alliancemusic.com/index.cfm

¡Cantaré!: http://www.vocalessencemusicpress.org/cantare
As explained in ¡Cantaré! website: ¡Cantaré!is a unique program designed to bring the talents of composers from Mexico directly into Minnesota classrooms.” This website provides rich information about Philip Brunelle’s ¡Cantaré! project. Through this website you can view perusal scores online, listen to the provided mp3, and purchase scores in PDF version. For more information on this project read Bruce W. Becker’s article “¡Cantaré!Explores Music of Mexican Choral Composers in Minnesota Classrooms” in Choral Journal, June & July 2011.

Earthsongs: http://www.earthsongschoralmusic.com/index.php

Ediciones GCC: http://www.gcc.org.ar/htm/edito/edito.html
Ediciones GCC is an excellent Argentinean publishing company devoted mostly to Argentinean choral music. Their online catalog includes samples of scores and recordings. Unfortunately, no English version of the website is available yet. Please feel free to contact me in case you have any questions about this site, or contact them directly in English.

Santa Barbara: http://www.sbmp.com/SR1.php?Category=0811MUC

Suzanne Tiemstra: http://www.latinamericanchoralmusic.org/author/
As Suzanne Tiemstra states in her website: This web site is a work-in-progress compilation of information about choral music by Latin American composers from 1550 to the present....On this web site you will find information about many kinds of choral music. Most, but not all of it relates to "art music" rather than world or folk music. Original compositions and arrangements are included.