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#beginquote# I am a Catholic School Music Teacher who due to an injury in college cannot physically play the piano, and I sing in my students' range when I am teaching them a song. I am also the choir director for the school and since we do everything a cappella, more often then not my choir of 12-16 (we're growing) sings the songs the way I have taught them to sing. My colleagues have apparently decided that we are singing too high and the children of course are sing too high as well. What should I do besides look for another job. I am so frustrated when an administrator who says they don't know a thing about music tells me that what I am doing is the wrong way to do it (just venting now). Please help me if you can.:( #endquote#
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