Music, Technically: A blog about choral music, technology, and education

Posted: July 15, 2012 in blogs, choral

Credit: Music, Technically

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 ComposersScore Exchange and Finale ShowcaseMusicaNetFree Public Domain ScoresUsed MusicVideo Capture for Assessment, Texting and Your ChoirTwitter and Your Choir.

The blog hasn’t been updated for a while, but I really hope it continues (hint hint, @conductress?).

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