Research

Research Studies

Daley, Caron and Heather Leavy Rusiewicz. “The Impact of Gestures on Technical and Artistic Performance in Higher Education-based Vocal Training.” (2019–20)

Marzuola, Nicholas J. “An Investigation of Dalcroze-inspired Embodied Movement within Undergraduate Conducting Coursework.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Case Western Reserve University (2019)       

Publications

Upcoming: Daley, Caron and Heather Leavy Rusiewicz. “Manual Mimicry in the Teaching and Learning of Phonemes for Singing.” Journal of Singing (March 2021). Invited.

Upcoming: Daley, Caron. “Finding Kinesthesia: Introducing Movement-based Learning in the Voice Studio and Choral Rehearsal.” Voice Foundation Newsletter 24, No. 2 (Fall 2019). Invited.

Daley, Caron. “Teacher Resource Guide: Cantate Domino.” In Teaching Music through Performance in Choir, Volume 5, edited by Hilary Apfelstadt. Chicago: GIA Publications (2019). Invited.

Daley, Caron. “Teacher Resource Guide: Miniwanka.” In Teaching Music through Performance in Choir, Volume 5, edited by Hilary Apfelstadt. Chicago: GIA Publications (2019). Invited.

Daley, Caron. “Teacher Resource Guide: Snow Angel.” In Teaching Music through Performance in Choir, Volume 5, edited by Hilary Apfelstadt. Chicago: GIA Publications (2019). Invited.

Daley, Caron. “Teacher Resource Guide: Lover’s Chant.” In Teaching Music through Performance in Choir, Volume 5, edited by Hilary Apfelstadt. Chicago: GIA Publications (2019). Invited.

Daley, Caron. “Teacher Resource Guide: V’la l’bon Vent.” In Teaching Music through Performance in Choir, Volume 5, edited by Hilary Apfelstadt. Chicago: GIA Publications (2019). Invited.

Daley, Caron. “Reimagining Conductor Score Study through the Principles of Émile-Jaques-Dalcroze’s Eurhythmics.” Choral Journal 58, no. 8 (2018): 18–26.

Daley, Caron. “More than a Playlist: Concert Programming as Curatorial Practice”. Anacrusis 36, no. 3 (2018).

Daley, Caron. “Slow Conducting: Finding Timelessness and Pleasure in Podium Work”. Anacrusis 36, no. 1 (2017).

Daley, Caron. “Teacher Resource Guide: Psalm 100.” In Teaching Music through Performance in Choir, Volume 4, edited by Jo-Michael Scheibe, 338–43. Chicago: GIA Publications (2017). Invited.

Daley, Caron. “Teacher Resource Guide: Ah! si mon moine voulait danser.” In Teaching Music through Performance in Choir, Volume 4, edited by Jo-Michael Scheibe, 531–6. Chicago: GIA Publications (2017). Invited.

Daley, Caron. “Teacher Resource Guide: Rise up, My Love, My Fair One.” In Teaching Music through Performance in Choir, Volume 4, edited by J-M. Scheibe, 629–33. Chicago: GIA Publications (2017). Invited.

Daley, Caron. “Structuring Choral Warm-ups for Chorister Success, Part II: Developing Musicianship Skills.” PMEA News 81, no. 3 (2017): 46–7.

Daley, Caron. “Structuring Choral Warm-ups for Chorister Success, Part I: Developing the Choral Instrument.” PMEA News 81, no. 2 (2016): 34–5.

Daley, Caron. “Embodied Sound: A Resource Reference Guide on the Use of Movement in Choral Conducting and Rehearsing.” Journal of the American Choral Foundation – Research Memorandum Series 209 (2016): 1–7.

Daley, Caron. “Conducting in Fours: Team-based Podium Leadership and the Summer Singers.” Anacrusis 35, no. 1 (2016): 32–3.

Daley, Caron. “Maestra Matters: Women’s Leadership in Choral Music-making and Community-building.” Anacrusis 34, no. 3 (2016): 38–40.

Daley, Caron. “Expanding Definitions: Parole Officers and the New Chorister Perspective.” Anacrusis 34, no. 2 (2016): 42–3.

Daley, Caron. “What Advice Would You Give your 24-year-old Self? Reflective Practice on the Podium.” Anacrusis 33, no. 3 (2015).

Daley, Caron. “It’s Lonely Up Here: Building Supportive Frameworks for Conductor Teaching and Learning.” Anacrusis 33, no. 2 (2015).

Daley, Caron. “Lifelong Learning: Tuning in to Conductor Continuing Education. Anacrusis 33, no. 1 (2014).

Daley, Caron. “I Am the Song: Teaching Choral Skills-Internalization through Embodied Pedagogy – Part 2.” Anacrusis 32, no. 3 (2014).

Daley, Caron. “I Am the Song: Teaching Choral Skills-Internalization through Embodied Pedagogy – Part 1.” Anacrusis, 32, no. 2 (2014).

Daley, Caron. “A Whole-body Approach to Choral Teaching and Learning: Dalcroze Eurhythmics in Action in the Choral Context.” Canadian Music Educator 52, no. 4 (2012). Invited.

Daley, Caron. “Dalcroze Eurhythmics for Conductors: Applications for Score study, Gesture, Rehearsal and Performance.” Being Music 2, no. 2 (2008).