Chief of chorus
In the Classical music, a chief of chorus is a Musicien charged to prepare and coordinate the Chant different desks from a chorus or a Chorale, in order to carry out a musical work. It can be assisted in its work by heads of section .
When work must be interpreted has cappella, or accompanied by a small number of instruments joined together for the occasion, the musical direction is normally ensured by the chief of chorus.
When work must be interpreted with a Orchestre, the musical direction of the unit thus formed, is generally carried out by the Leader.
Among the famous chiefs of chorus or exerting or having exerted a big role in the vocal music, let us quote Robert Shaw, Norbert Balatsch, Marcus Creed, Frieder Bernius, Arthur Oldham, Jacques Grimbert, Laurence Equilbey, Stephan Caillat, Denis Rouger, Philippe Caillard, Geoffroy the Jordan, Didier Bouture, Yvonne Gouverné, Marcel Couraud, Michel Slicing, Jacques Polgar, Michel Corboz, John Eliot Gardiner, Philippe Herreweghe, Gerhardt Schmidt Gaden, Karl Richter, John Rutter, Toni Ramon. Several among them are also leaders, even if they specialized a long time in the music with chorus.
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