Music Education: Choral/Instrumental (B.M.)
Document Type and Release Option
Thesis (open access)
Dr. David W. Langley
This research looks at the application strategies for addressing the changing male voice in secondary choir classrooms. The goal is to determine if the best practices described by scholarly literature on the changing male voice are being put into practice in secondary choir classrooms in Georgia and their perceived effectiveness. The research was conducted through a survey sent to all middle school choir directors in the state of Georgia with contact information listed through GMEA. Upon examination of the survey results, it is clear that choir directors are putting many of these strategies into effect in their classrooms and that they do consider them to be very effective. This research highlights the validity of current literature on the changing male voice.
Deyton, Emily, "Best Practices for the Changing Male Voice in Secondary Choir Classrooms" (2018). University Honors Program Theses. 362.