Sharing the Spotlight: Perspectives on Programming Choral Music by Women Composers

The emphasis of this study is to examine the current practices and philosophies of collegiate choral conductors pertaining to programming compositions by women composers. Data was collected via personal interviews with highly regarded conductors, either by the online platform Zoom, telephone, or email. All verbal interviews were transcribed by the author of this paper and later edited and approved by the participants. Both men and women conductors were invited to participate, with a final result of six female and five male participants. This inclusive approach provided an opportunity to determine whether there might be any notable differences in approach to the subject matter between the genders.

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Work Title Sharing the Spotlight: Perspectives on Programming Choral Music by Women Composers
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  1. Marinda Jenkins
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  1. female conductors
  2. female composers
  3. music conductors
  4. women composers
  5. music composers
  6. women conductors
  7. choir
  8. choral music
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Deposited July 21, 2020

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