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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. ...
An Analysis of the Published and Unpublished Compositions for Solo Voice and Piano or String Accompaniment by Jean Berger
This paper is an analysis and description of the published and unpublished compositions for solo voice and piano or string accompaniment by Jean Berger. This paper will serve to familiarize the reader with these songs. ...
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 ...
Tension in the Performing Singer: Exploring the Types, Causes, Effects, and Cures
Faced with greater demands on his dramatic and movement abilities, today's artist must learn to incorporate additional skills and still keep a high level of vocal proficiency. The purpose of this paper is to (1) ...
The Creed in the Mass and the Liturgy
From the beginning, the Creed has been recited or sung. It has evolved through the centuries and has remained as an important part of both the Mass and the Liturgy. Many composers wrote Creeds as a common part of numerous ...
The Bassoon in the Café: an Annotated List of Selected Works of Twentieth-Century French Chamber Music with Bassoon
This work is an annotated survey of 20th century French chamber music written including the bassoon.