Basics of vocal pedagogy: the foundations and process of singing

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McGraw-Hill, Jul 1, 1997 - Music - 310 pages
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Basics of Vocal Pedagogy is a comprehensive introductory text for vocal pedagogy classes at the college and university level. Though written primarily for prospective teachers of singing, vocal music educators, choir directors, voice coaches and intermediate to advanced level singers will also find the text useful as a textbook, training manual, and general reference book.

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Contents

Psychology of Singing
14
BodyMind Integration
32
Making Connections
52
Copyright

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Clifton Ware received his Ph.D. from Northwestern University and has been a professor at the University of Minnesota School of Music ever since. Ware is the chair of the Roy A. Schuessler Vocal Arts Center at the Minnesota School of Music. He has also performed several roles in more that 50 theatrical productions. Ware has written Adventures in Singing and Basics of Vocal Pedagogy, both introductory texts for vocal students.

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