A beginning singer's guide

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Scarecrow Press, Sep 10, 1998 - Music - 215 pages
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A Beginning Singer's Guide is a vocal pedagogy with four practical uses: --a collateral text for studio voice lessons --a primary text for undergraduate vocal pedagogy classes --a practical guide for new voice teachers --an exploration of subjects not usually covered in music pedagogy books, such as notes on working with a pianist, improving memory, common acting terms, subtexting, and methods for alleviating performance anxiety

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Contents

Musical Styles of Singing
1
For the Performer
47
Chapter Four Vocal PedaWho?
119
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Richard Davis is Associate Professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University. He is the co-author of New Media and American Politics (with Diana Owen, Oxford, 1998), and the author of The Press and American Politics: The New Mediator, 2nd Ed. (1996), Decisions and Images: The Supreme Court
and the Press (1994), and Politics and the Media (1994).

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