Music Directors and Composers
41 matches for church music
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- Music Directors and Composers
Alternate Occupation Titles
- Music Adapter
- Music Arranger
- Music Composer
- Music Director
- Music Instructor
- Music Manager
- Music Minister
- Music Ministries Director
- Music Orchestrator
- Music Pastor
- Music Producer
- Music Supervisor
- Music Writer
- Liturgical Music Director
- Conduct, direct, plan, and lead instrumental or vocal performances by musical artists or groups, such as orchestras, bands, choirs, and glee clubs; or create original works of music.
- Apply elements of music theory to create musical and tonal structures, including harmonies and melodies.
- Arrange music composed by others, changing the music to achieve desired effects.
- Assign and review staff work in such areas as scoring, arranging, and copying music, and vocal coaching.
- Audition and select performers for musical presentations.
- Confer with producers and directors to define the nature and placement of film or television music.
- Consider such factors as ensemble size and abilities, availability of scores, and the need for musical variety, to select music to be performed.
- Create original musical forms, or write within circumscribed musical forms such as sonatas, symphonies, or operas.
- Determine voices, instruments, harmonic structures, rhythms, tempos, and tone balances required to achieve the effects desired in a musical composition.
- Experiment with different sounds, and types and pieces of music, using synthesizers and computers as necessary to test and evaluate ideas.
- Explore and develop musical ideas based on sources such as imagination or sounds in the environment.
- Produce recordings of music.
- Rewrite original musical scores in different musical styles by changing rhythms, harmonies, or tempos.
- Stay abreast of the latest trends in music and music technology.
- Study films or scripts to determine how musical scores can be used to create desired effects or moods.
- Study scores to learn the music in detail, and to develop interpretations.
- Transcribe musical compositions and melodic lines to adapt them to a particular group, or to create a particular musical style.
- Transcribe ideas for musical compositions into musical notation, using instruments, pen and paper, or computers.
- Transpose music from one voice or instrument to another to accommodate particular musicians.
- Use gestures to shape the music being played, communicating desired tempo, phrasing, tone, color, pitch, volume, and other performance aspects.
- Write music for commercial mediums, including advertising jingles or film soundtracks.
- Write musical scores for orchestras, bands, choral groups, or individual instrumentalists or vocalists, using knowledge of music theory and of instrumental and vocal capabilities.
Detailed Work Activities
- Coordinate musical rehearsals or performances.
- Create musical compositions, arrangements or scores.
- Study details of musical compositions.
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Music Directors and Composers