Removing Barriers from Choral Singing

Rita Ferrer Miquel, Ivet Farres i Cullell, Joan de la Creu Godoy Tomàs, Anna Ribera Gironell

Abstract


Choral singing is a collaborative activity which educates singers so as to make them more competitive in today's world.
People often judge or assess a choir by the way they sing, based on whether they like their voice or not. Rarely do they focus on the many other ways a member can contribute to the choir, as a whole.
In this regard, Kodály said that “Music is for everyone”, and during primary education music classes are usually focused on singing popular and traditional repertoires, since these songs are the ones closest to the singers. In this way, teachers ensure that music reaches all children.


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