How do singers learn to sing in tune? How do you teach singers to sing in tune?
Whether it be pattern training or various solfege methods, no methods teach singers to sing in tune! For the first time, James Jordan has developed a “spiraling” complete method for developing aural and intonational literacy in ALL the modes, at the same time expanding through inferential teaching patterns outside tonic, dominant, and subdominant. With newly composed accompanied exercises written by John Frederick Hudson and recorded tracks of all the exercises and patterns available for digital download, this method offers a comprehensive integration of Edwin Gordon’s Music Learning Theory and intonation teaching techniques developed by James Jordan.
GRAMMY-nominated conductor James Jordan is recognized around the world as a conductor, recording artist, and pedagogue with over 60 books to his credit. He is conductor of The Westminster Choir and The Westminster Symphonic Choir at Westminster Choir College in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
Learn more about this resource in an interview with James Jordan in the video below: