Diction, music history, and tech for choral conductors on SlideShare [via Philip Copeland]

Posted: September 23, 2012 in apps, choral, diction, IPA, iPad, rehearsal, teaching, websites

[iPad users: You’ll need a different browser to view these resources – see note below!]

I just found a collection of presentations on SlideShare by Dr. Philip Copeland (Director of Choral Activities & Associate Professor of Music at Samford University) and it is a real treasure trove.  The dude is one seriously wired choral conductor.  Have a look at some of his presentation titles:


Music history, style, literature


Technology for choral conductors

Singer health

Did that whet your appetite?  View the full list of Dr. Copeland’s presentations here.  You can also follow him on Twitter at @philipco

[N.B. for iPad users: I suggest using Puffin Web Browser Free in landscape mode to view Dr. Copeland’s presentations on SlideShare.  The SlideShare website pretty much doesn’t work on Safari for iPad due to a combination of Flash and mobile website issues (as far as I can tell).  There are two third-party SlideShare apps for iPad, Slide by Slide and SlidePad, but neither one gives correct results when searching by username.  Alternatively, you can just view the presentations on your computer.]

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