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Exploring Twentieth-Century Vocal Music: A Practical Guide to Innovations in Performance and Repertoire
Exploring Twentieth-Century Vocal Music: A Practical Guide to Innovations in Performance and Repertoire.
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Exploring Twentieth-Century Vocal Music: A Practical Guide to Innovations in Performance and Repertoire

  • ISBN: 978-0-19-538553-3
  • Editorial: Oxford University Press
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Formato: 23,4x15,6
  • Páginas: 208
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: LIBRO

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First edition in paperback, 2009.

Exploring Twentieth Century Vocal Music is a unique people centred book designed to aid singers and voice teachers to discover and decipher the innovative repertoire of the twentieth century. The book familiarizes the reader with new notation systems employed by some contemporary composers. It suggest rehearsal techniques and vocal exercises that will help singers prepare to tackle the repertoire. And the book offers a list of the most important and interesting works to emerge in the twentieth century, along with suggested recital programmes that will introduce audiences as well as singers to this under - explored body of music.

CONTENIDO:

Part I: New directions
1. The Art of Singing Twentieth-Century Music
2. Choosing Appropriate Repertoire
3. Vocal Requirements of the Twentieth-Century Music: Common Characteristics
4. Vocal Coloration
Part II: Nontraditional Notation and Extended Vocal Techniques
5. The New Language of Notation
6. Vocal Hybrids: Sprechstimme and Recitation
7. Nontextual Sonic Vocabularies
8. Vocal Effects
Part III: Repertoire Choices
Appendix A. Sample Programs
Appendix B. Suggested Repertoire
Appendix C. Sources for Composer and Score Location
Bibliography

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