While surfing my Twitter feed, I ran across the fledgling blog Music, Technically (tagline: “Technical tools to aid music educators”). It caught my attention because it’s oriented towards a lot of the topics I want to cover in my own blog, vis-a-vis technology and choral music.
The blog has a great starter list of tech resources on choral repertoire, diction, sight singing, communication, choral logistics/operations, and education. It also has a bunch of interesting-looking references and background reading on the overlaps between music, technology, and education.
Recent posts from the blog include: Self-Published Composers, Score Exchange and Finale Showcase, MusicaNet, Free Public Domain Scores, Used Music, Video Capture for Assessment, Texting and Your Choir, Twitter and Your Choir.
The blog hasn’t been updated for a while, but I really hope it continues (hint hint, @conductress?).