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Bel Canto In Its Golden Age A Study Of Its Teaching Concepts

Author: Philip A. Duey
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1446547094
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Pomona Press are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Performance Practice

Author: Roland Jackson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136767703
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First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Singing In Style

Author: Martha Elliott
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300109320
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The first historical overview of vocal performance practice and style ever published, Singing In Style provides an introduction to how such issues as ornamentation, vibrato, rubato, portamento, articulation, tempo, language, and accompaniment with period instruments have been handled since the seventeenth century. Each chapter presents a historical period and gives background information on the singers and composers, the vocal repertoire, and the stylistic conventions of that time. Specific repertoire examples are discussed as well, to show how to use the music itself as a context for making stylistic choices. Each chapter also has an extensive reference list arranged by topic, so the interested reader can pursue a particular subject in more depth. Covering the Baroque period to the present, Elliott casts a wide net, bringing together information from historical treatises, personal accounts from composers, performers, historians, critics, and current scholarly commentary into one convenient handbook for the student and the amateur and professional performer who want to learn more about how vocal works were sung in their day.

Singing And Voice Science

Author: Jean Callaghan
Publisher: Singular
ISBN: 9780769300443
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Looking at voice sciences from the practioner's viewpoint, Singing and Voice Science is a unique text aimed towards singers and teachers of singing who are interested in how the singing voice works by combining modern voice science with teachers' and practioners' knowledge gained through musical judgement and experience of singing. Modern scientific knowledge of the mechanics of the vocal instrument allows what is heard to be associated with specific physical coordinators as well as providing a basis for teaching technical skills, for diagnosing and correcting vocal faults, and for ensuring efficient voice production. This book brings the scientific knowledge into a complete and applicable body of information using famaliar terms and putting it in the context of musical concerns to the teacher and singer. It includes breath management, phonation, resonance and articulation, and vocal health. The book was written by an experienced and accomplished singer and teacher of singing.

Notes

Author: Music Library Association
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Skin Hunger

Author: Kathleen Duey
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0689840942
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Living in a world where magic is outlawed, Sadima's special gift to speak to the animals binds her to two young men who are determined to restore magic to their poor village in order to save the people they love. Reprint.

Dictionnaire Des Musiques

Author: Encyclopaedia Universalis
Publisher: Encyclopaedia Universalis
ISBN: 2852291398
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Le Dictionnaire des Musiques réunit plus de six cents articles empruntés au fonds de l’Encyclopaedia Universalis et aborde tous les aspects de la musique : les formes et les genres (sonate, rhapsodie, valse, madrigal...), l’écriture et la théorie (gamme, arrangement, tempérament, rubato...), les voix et l’art lyrique (baryton, contre-ténor, bel canto, Covent Garden, Scala de Milan...), les traditions musicales (Afrique noire, Moyen-Orient, Asie du Sud-Est...), la musique contemporaine (aléatoire, concrète, minimaliste, sérielle...), tous les instruments (arc musical, piano, célesta, tympanon, flûte...), les courants musicaux d’aujourd’hui (rock, raï, hip-hop...), le jazz, le blues, la world music, la musique de film, les festivals... Un inépuisable inventaire des musiques passées et présentes, avec un accent mis sur les musiques savantes, sous la conduite des guides les plus qualifiés. Un index facilite la consultation du Dictionnaire des Musiques, auquel ont collaboré plus de cent auteurs, parmi lesquels François Bayle, Philippe Beaussant, Gérard Condé, Alain Féron, Paul Méfano, Alain Pâris, Marc Vignal...