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Sure on this Shining Night.

I am a college student getting ready for my conducting finals. I am required to go into a school and conduct sure on this shining night without ever rehersing or seeing the choir reherse before. I wont have much time at all to work with the choir before I must record myself. What are the challenges that I will face? Also since I dont have much rehersal time with the choir, should my conducting be more ridgid than it would normally? Should I be more metrical and less lyrical to be sure the choir follows?
Thank you
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on April 28, 2012 10:39am
No one is pointing this out - the word is spelled reh-hear-sal.  Obviously, given the need to hear each other in an ensemble - that makes sense.  Good luck with the rehearsal!
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