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The Owner S Manual To The Voice

Author: Rachael Gates
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199993033
Size: 52.89 MB
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Singers must equip themselves with enough knowledge to clearly convey specific sensations and difficulties with their instrument. Understanding of potential dangers and disorders, familiarity with a variety of medical procedures, and comprehension in various facets of diagnosis and treatments empower singers to "own," just like other musicians, their instrument. The Owner's Manual to the Voice provides singers with the knowledge necessary to communicate effectively and in intelligent terms about their instrument, especially when conversing with medical professionals. Beginning with an overview of the vocal anatomy, lead author Rachael Gates, and co-authors L. Arick Forrest, M.D. and Kerri Obert, M.A., C.C.C/S.L.P, proceed through detailed discussions of caring for the voice and common causes of vocal changes and problems before guiding the reader through the process of choosing, talking to, and working with an ENT. In so doing, they give insights that any professional voice user - whether singer, actor, broadcaster, politician, teacher, preacher, or lawyer - will find helpful if not essential.

Your Voice At Its Best

Author: David Blair McClosky
Publisher: Boston Music Company
ISBN: 0857127462
Size: 70.97 MB
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A proven techbook to develop and master a more perfect voice as well as rehabilitate voices impaired by vocal abuse for singers, public speakers, executives, salesmen, ministers [and] announcers whose desire it is to create a more dynamic image. About the Author: In David Blair McClosky's fifty years of dedication to the vocal arts, he has studied them from every conceivable angle. A concert and opera singer himself--and descended from a long line of singers--he studied for six years at the New England Conservatory of Music and did postgraduate study in Berlin and Milan. He [was] a professor of voice at the Boston Conservatory of Music. In 1946, due to a personal experience described in "Your Voice at its Best," he became interested in voice therapy and for five years worked with Dr. Irl H. Blaisdell of Syracuse, New York, studying both singing students and patients with throat disorders. From 1952 until 1965, he was Clinical Voice Therapist at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and has treated private patients from all over the country, including the late President John F. Kennedy. He has spoken widely on the subject of voice therapy and in 1963, was invited to lecture about his work at the Academy of Music in Vienna.

The Ultimate Guide To Singing

Author: TC-Helicon
Publisher: TC-Helicon
ISBN: 099203440X
Size: 64.28 MB
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Every aspect of singing and a singing life is addressed by leading experts from across the industry - from essential aspects of vocal technique and health to choosing a mic, running a sound system, mastering vocal effects, growing a fan base and achieving unforgettable performances and recordings. 136 Music Industry Experts on Every Aspect of a Singing Life Focused Actions in 18 Chapters to Move Your Career Head Answers to 187 REAL Questions asked by Singers Leading Experts Speak to Singers The contributors to “The Ultimate Guide to Singing” have, between them, 92 Grammys and Grammy nominations, 193 books, 1,772 albums and nearly 300 Million YouTube views. A host of famous artists including Kimbra, Beardyman, Joey Belladonna and many others join forces with leading doctors, surgeons, producers, coaches, technologists and social media experts for the most comprehensive and user-friendly manual available for today’s singers. Focused Actions for the Voice There are 18 chapters packed with specific actions for singers promoting their voice, developing their technique, improving their heath, mastering their live or recorded sound and dealing with money and marketing. Each action has been especially crafted to be relevant and easy to read. Real FAQs The book contains 187 Frequently Asked Questions –real questions asked by real singers of rock, pop, soul, metal, jazz – all contemporary genres. Each question has been carefully matched to an expert in the field. Now singers have at their fingertips insights on everything from rescuing their voice to promoting their music. The Ultimate How-To Manual for Singers With 18 information-packed chapters, focused actions and myriads of questions answered and leading experts, The Ultimate Guide to Singing promises to be the leading resource for singers who want to develop their voice and their career. What Others Are Saying: “In an ever-changing industry, to succeed, singers and bands have to know HOW. This book is IT.” —Jeannie Deva, Celebrity Voice and Performance Coach “Finally: a book which will help you on ALL levels to be the singer you’ve always wanted to be.” —Mary Hammond, Leading educator and vocal coach for Coldplay and many other star acts “Most singing books I’ve read have been annoyingly out of date, but I’m excited to have this modern “vocalists’ bible” to refer to whenever I’m facing a real day-to-day problem as a professional voice artist.” —Shlomo, World Loopstation Champion and Guinness World Record holder Contributors Include: Kimbra – Grammy Award winning artist David Frangioni – engineer to Ozzy Osbourne, Steven Tyler and more... Brian Felsen – President of CD Baby Al Schmitt – Engineer and Producer with more than 150 gold and platinum albums Divinity Roxx – artist with Kanye West, Jay-Z and Destiny’s Child... Robert Bastian – leading surgeon, named as one of “America’s Top Doctors” PLUS Over 100 more from every area of the Music Industry. Content That Moves Your Voice Forward This is the only book you’ll ever need to stay in control of every area of your singing life. From finding fans to using the flange effect – it’s all here. Chapters include: Vocal Technique in the Trenches Recording Your Voice Your Vocal Effects Creating an Unforgettable Vocal Connection Promotion and Social Media Making Money at Live Gigs

Singing In Russian

Author: Emily Olin
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810881179
Size: 41.44 MB
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Founded on the underlying principle that sung language differs dramatically from spoken language, Singing in Russian offers a comprehensive and accessible approach to understanding, mastering, and performing Russian vocal music. After covering the basics of the Cyrillic alphabet and Russian grammar and diction, author Emily Olin encourages readers to take the innovative step of using the music itself to guide the singer’s pronunciation and interpretation. English sound comparisons, linguistic and musical examples, and multifaceted exercises complement textual explanations, reinforcing the techniques Olin has employed for over three decades. The addition of repertoire lists and practical recommendations further equip singers to confidently go from start to stage. Furthermore, the online audio examples contain exercises that demonstrate and reinforce the correct sound and interpretation of everything from the alphabet to the presentation of vowels, consonants, words, and phrases.

The Vocal Pitstop

Author: Adam D. Rubin
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781909082137
Size: 55.11 MB
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Whether you are singer, Broadway performer, school teacher, salesperson, or call centre operator, this book will inform and provide you with the tools you need to protect, manage, and maybe even save your voice. The Vocal Pitstop is written by Adam Rubin, MD, a performer and actor who qualified as one of the world's foremost laryngologists, and who recognized that most singers and performers - in fact, most of us - have no idea what is going on in our 'voice box', how we can look after it and, worse, what could be going wrong. Here then, is his light-hearted but not light-weight, serious but not scientific guide to your voice, and what you need to do to keep it on the road - it is the manual for your pitstop crew Dr Rubin covers all you'll need to know, including vocal health, methods of voice rest, 'quack' cures to avoid, when to pull on to the hard shoulder, when to call in to the garage, and much, much more. Featured are useful checklists, do's and don'ts, practical hints and tips, who to see for help, what to avoid, and questions to ask of voice professionals. Be informed. Your voice is your profession as well as your personality - abuse it, you may lose it

The Singer S Guide To Complete Health

Author: Anthony F. Jahn
Publisher: OUP USA
ISBN: 0195374037
Size: 49.20 MB
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Anthony Jahn, M.D., internationally-acclaimed for his work as an "opera doctor" with some of the most prestigious opera companies in the world, brings together some of the profession's greatest doctors, performers, and instructors in a thorough and comprehensible guidebook on all aspects of health and disease that affect the voice.

Singing With Your Whole Self

Author: Samuel H. Nelson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1538107708
Size: 13.74 MB
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This book teaches performers to use the Feldenkrais Method of neuromuscular activities to ameliorate problems of tension, muscle strain, and illness in order to obtain optimal vocal performance. It contains important and unique modularized lessons specifically designed for liberating function in all musicians, and singers in particular.