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The Musical Ear
This paper discusses how the development of music in western civilization has been a parallel in the development of the musician's ear. As the integration of tones is not the only factor in grasping the meaning of a ...
Principles and Methods of Teaching Foreign Language Pronunciation for Singers
Most college music departments have courses in diction designed to introduce the pronunciation of the three or four languages used in vocal solo repertoire, saving the private voice teacher valuable time in the studio. ...
The Contemporary American Song Cycle 1945-1968
The purpose of this paper is to provide a utilitarian survey of twentieth-century American song cycles which were written between 1945 and 1968. The intent is to provide voice teachers and performers with a representative ...
The Vowel Production in 'Bel Canto' Singing: A General Approach for Beginning Singers
The purpose of writing this paper is to inform beginning singers of the importance of the basic concept of vowel formation and articulation in the production of good vocal tone. The lack of a thorough understanding of ...
Preparing the High School Piano Student for College Applied Music Study
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the piano prerequisites for entering college freshmen planning to major in piano or in organ. A survey is made of fifteen selected schools of music which offer bachelor of music ...
The History and Development of Music and Worship of the Stone Church 1873-1976
This paper chronicles the history of the Stone Church Congregation of the (now) Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. It focuses on the musical activities of the church through time.
A Study of Selected Nineteenth-Century Brass Solo Literature
The purpose of this study has been to locate and become acquainted with solo literature which would be useful as teaching material for high school and college level brass students. The nineteenth century was selected ...
A Study of the Cambiata Voice
A discussion of the role of the boy's treble voice in early times is preceded with consideration of the initial role and eventual dismissal of women's voices from choral music settings. This summary is important to ...
Spillovers and Crowding Effects in a Mixed Biotech Industry: The Case of Canola
This paper develops empirical models to estimate both interfirm research spillovers and crowding effects in the canola crop research industry. The potential sources of spillover include basic research, human capital/knowledge ...
A Select Guide for Swedish Choral Music of the Post-World War II Era
In Sweden, folk music has been the source of inspiration for choral writing and the church the source of encouragement for singing and choral music. The golden age of Swedish choral music came about as a direct result of ...
Survey Course of Church Music
This document outlines a survey conservatory course in the history of church music from the seventh century to the twentieth century.