For choral directors, voice teachers, and singers, this practical handbook with accompanying audiocassette provides a step-by-step method to aid in building the voice. It shows how to train singers to use their voices with versatility, freedom, ease, endurance, and without damage or discomfort in the throat.
The method is based on scientific principles and natural coordination of the human anatomy and on all parts of the voice and are used daily to warm up the many muscles involved in singing.
In addition, over 40 advanced exercises are included to help meet the demands of different types of music literature and to develop stamina. If these are practiced correctly and with knowledge of the principles involved, the singer will advance at a fairly progressive rate.
All of these exercises - basic, advanced, and a group designed to correct specific vocal problems - are musically notated in the book. Correct execution of each is demonstrated on the accompanying audiocassette.
Partial Outline of Contents Practical tips on care and preservation of the singing voice First steps toward development of a healthy singing technique Anatomy and physiology: the foundations of correct technique Breath support and body alignment Basic exercises for developing vocal artistry Advanced exercises for developing the voice to its fullest potential Exercises and techniques for correcting vocal problems Singing vowels and consonants: a comprehensive technique for correcting diction Learning to sing the vocal text Tested and effective performance techniques Techniques and exercises that produce dynamic and exciting choral performances How to deal with problems of the larynx: case studies andexercises Key questions on this technique - with answers
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Book Description Parker Pub. Co, 1979. Plastic Comb. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0134355113