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Seasonal Notes: September 2014

Posted on Sep 22, 2014 12:29:22 AM by Augsburg Fortress in Assembly Song, in News, in Planning

The whirlwind of fall music season is upon us, with first rehearsals and Rally Sundays complete, new faces and familiar, fresh music and routines returning after the summer away.

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Seasonal Notes: Summer 2014

Posted on Jul 16, 2014 3:57:56 PM by Augsburg Fortress in Assembly Song, in Choral Techniques and Repertoire, in News, in Planning

Music clinics are rolling along (Clinic Information Here)--now is planning time for the choral year! We provide quick updates whenever we add something new to Prelude via our Fanfare announcements, and I can never cover all of the great pieces we're adding daily, but today I'll go a little more in-depth with some recommendations for your choral year programming.

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Looking for ways to make your music budget last longer?

Posted on Jun 17, 2014 11:39:42 AM by Augsburg Fortress in News, in Planning, in price comparison, in subscription benefits

I know how Prelude Music Planner can save lots of time and trouble locating the right music for the right occasion. I’ve written about that previously. What I didn't dwell on then was quite literally how much MONEY Prelude can save you. Yes, real dollars to your music budget.

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20 Years: Thank You, Martin Seltz!

Posted on May 15, 2014 1:22:36 PM by Augsburg Fortress in News, in Potpourri, in thanks

Today Augsburg Fortress honors Martin Seltz on his 20 year anniversary as an employee of Augsburg Fortress, serving as Publisher of Worship and Music. A highlight from today's celebration includes a musical tribute by colleague Robert Buckley Farlee.

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What's So Funny?

Posted on Sep 8, 2011 3:46:55 PM by Augsburg Fortress in News

Prelude Music Planner, as you will see when we launch it fully in a few months, will be an amazing tool for the church musician. And part of the richness will be blog articles like the ones you see on this page. But we all know that a lot of fun can happen with music making as well. And so once a week, on Wednesdays when you may be ready for something light, we want to publish your humor. Heard a great music-related joke? ("How many altos . . .") Remember when something hilarious happened at a rehearsal? Send 'em in! We'll publish the ones that tickle our funny bone, and give you credit. Comment below. 

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