Conducting

Conducting Pedagogy: A Resource Reference Guide of Conducting Literature and Textbooks

Research Memorandum Series No. 206

This issue of the Research Memorandum Series includes a compilation of resources geared towards both the conducting pedagogue and the conductor seeking knowledge and self-improvement. It also provides an overview of the different types of conducting literature that exists.

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