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📒The Diagnosis Correction Of Vocal Faults ✍ James C. McKinney
📝The Diagnosis Correction of Vocal Faults Book Synopsis : Practical reference manual and accompanying audiotape deal with the vocal problems encountered daily in the teaching studio and choral rehearsal Accompanying audiotape contains 14 voice samples cross-referenced to text Male and female voice samples help to identify basic characteristic sounds associated with each fault
📒The Diagnosis And Correction Of Vocal Faults ✍ James C McKinney
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📒The 21st Century Singer ✍ Susan Mohini Kane
📝The 21st century Singer Book Synopsis : The vast majority of singers with a degree in performance are un- or under-employed in their field. Despite the fact that talented singers are discovered every day, there are far too few jobs in the field of classical music to accommodate all of them, a problem evidenced by regular reports of opera companies and symphony orchestras closing their doors. Young classical singers, particularly recent graduates of music programs, need not only artistic ability, but also intelligence and an acute business sense to navigate the world of professional singing. In The 21st-Century Singer: Making the Leap from the University into the World , author Susan Mohini Kane has created a user-friendly guide for these recent graduates. Kane combines the benefits of an instructional manual with those of a self-reflective workbook to provide emerging classical singers with both practical and inspirational advice. She begins with a section on self-evaluation, allowing readers to define what motivates their desire to sing professionally and reflect on their passions, before moving on to career advice. In the sections that follow, Kane presents a variety of career paths, such as singing, teaching, and consulting-realistic alternatives to the rise to stardom as an "overnight sensation" that so few will experience-and provides the reader with the tools to develop a concrete plan for whichever path they decide to pursue. Other sections offer instruction on how to develop support systems, train oneself holistically, and take advantage of the newest technological resources available for professional self-promotion. With its dual emphasis on artistic motivation and modern-day business sense, The 21st-Century Singer will prove an essential text for anyone pursuing a professional singing career.
📒Choral Music ✍ Avery T Sharp
📝Choral Music Book Synopsis : This is an annotated bibliography to books, recordings, videos, and websites on choral music. This book will serve as an excellent tool for librarians, researchers, and scholars in sorting through the massive amount of new material that has appeared since publication of the previous edition.
📒The Functional Unity Of The Singing Voice ✍ Barbara Doscher
📝The Functional Unity of the Singing Voice Book Synopsis : Describes the anatomy and physiology of breathing and phonation and examines the acoustical laws necessary for an understanding of resonation. Extensive bibliography.
📒Prescriptions For Choral Excellence ✍ Shirlee Emmons
📝Prescriptions for Choral Excellence Book Synopsis : Prescriptions for Choral Excellence presents the most up-to-date research in voice science, and leadership and performance psychology. In layman's terms, it addresses the topics most relevant to choirs, and provides instruction on how to apply the concepts in day-to-day rehearsal and performance.
📒Vocal Technique ✍ Bickel, Jan E.
📝Vocal Technique Book Synopsis : Provides clear and careful explanations of the physiologic singing process, including detailed information regarding anatomy, posture, breath support, phonation, resonance production and articulation. Having this knowledge will enable singers to maintain optimum technical skill and vocal health throughout a long singing or teaching career. The reader will find extensive information on voice classifications, with appropriate ranges, and a description of appropriate stage characters for each category. Within the chapter on articulation, the author provides extensive information on using the International Phonetic Alphabet, as applied to the English and Italian languages. The final chapters are dedicated to health concerns for singers and becoming an artistic performer. Here the young singer will find suggestions regarding nutrition, physical conditioning, preventing stage fright, appropriate performance attire, stage deportment, interpretation, and relating to the audience. Throughout the book, the reader will find abundant resources including clear illustrations, a specific process for learning and memorizing vocal repertoire, diction worksheets, vocal exercises, appendices of musical terms and music reading skills, as well as important terms and references at the back of each chapter.
📝The Disciplines of Vocal Pedagogy Towards an Holistic Approach Book Synopsis : If classical singers and vocal pedagogues are to be prepared adequately for performance, teaching and co-operation in inter-professional relations, then an holistic education entailing multi-disciplinary study is essential. In this important new book, Karen Sell examines the disciplines pertinent to vocal pedagogy, tracing the lineage of views from the ancient world to the present day. In the process important diverse roots are exposed, yielding differing and even conflicting tonal ideals which have a bearing on the consideration of different singing methods and the interpretation of songs and arias. Ethics and psychology are identified as central to the entire pedagogical process along with the scientific basis of singing: encompassing acoustics, anatomy and physiology, with special reference to the bearing of the latter two upon vocal health and hygiene. A detailed consideration of singing technique is the centrepiece of the book, and an understanding of good technique and scientific awareness is shown to be fundamental to good vocal pedagogical practice. This leads to a discussion on performance and aesthetics, contributing to the education of the fully equipped singer. No study to date has demonstrated the inter-relationships between all these individual disciplines and the ways in which they influence singing pedagogy. Sell?s holistic, multi-disciplinary approach will be of particular benefit to singers and voice teachers, and will also appeal to music educationalists and professionals in cognate disciplines.
📒Working With Voice Disorders ✍ Stephanie Martin
📝Working with Voice Disorders Book Synopsis : An essential resource for clinicians of varying levels of experience from student to very specializer, "Working with Voice Disorders" provides practical insight and direction into all aspects of voice disorders from assessment and diagnosis to intervention and case management. This second edition retains the successful format of mixing theory and practice, a melding of scientific knowledge with clinical art, which was such a feature of the first edition. In recognition of changes in practice and theory over the past decade, it contains a wealth of new, up-to-date, evidence based material. This blends with a practical approach to clinical efficiencies and management of the voice service. The second edition of "Working with Voice Disorders" provides a sound theoretical framework to this specialism and also offers a rich variety of tried and tested, practical and photocopiable resource material, which is the result of the authors' wide experience, accumulated over several decades in the field of voice therapy. The multi-dimensional structure of the manual allows the clinician to look, not only at specific aspects of patient management, but also at aspects such as clinical effectiveness, clinical efficiencies and service management. The authors' aim is that this resource should provide clinicians with a pragmatic, patient-centred, easy to use and accessible resource, facilitating and informing decision-making along the clinical journey from referral to discharge. The contents of this title include: Anatomy overview; The Spectrum of Voice Disorders; The Case History; Assessment; Treatment Strategies; Management Strategies; Service Provision; Over 50 pages of practical, photocopiable exercises. Photocopiable Appendices: Voice Care Advice; Voice Disorders Summary Chart; Voice Assessment Sheet; Voice Record Sheet; and, Voice Diary.
📒Exploring Twentieth Century Vocal Music ✍ Sharon Mabry
📝Exploring Twentieth Century Vocal Music Book Synopsis : The vocal repertoire of the twentieth century--including works by Schoenberg, Boulez, Berio, Larsen, and Vercoe--presents exciting opportunities for singers to stretch their talents and demonstrate their vocal flexibility. Contemporary composers can be very demanding of vocalists, requiring them to recite, trill, and whisper, or to read non-traditional scores. For singers just beginning to explore the novelties of the contemporary repertoire, Exploring Twentieth-Century Vocal Music is an ideal guide. Drawing on over thirty years of experience teaching and performing the twentieth century repertoire, Sharon Mabry has written a cogent and insightful book for singers and voice teachers who are just discovering the innovative music of the twentieth century. The book familiarizes readers with the new and unusual notation systems employed by some contemporary composers. It suggests rehearsal techniques and vocal exercises that help singers prepare to tackle the repertoire. And the book offers a list of the most important and interesting works to emerge in the twentieth century, along with suggested recital programs that will introduce audiences as well as singers to this under-explored body of music.