The Cambridge Companion to Singing

The Cambridge Companion to Singing

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This is the only book to cover in detail so many aspects of the voice, ranging from medieval music to Madonna and beyond. Almost anything one wants to know about singing practices and singing styles can be found here in chapters that cover world music, rock, rap and jazz; European art song, ensemble singing, the English cathedral tradition and the choral movement in the United States; Renaissance, Baroque and Classical singing treatises, contemporary vocal techniques, children's choirs and the teaching of singing today. The contributors are leading international performers and specialists.
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000
ISBN: 9780521622257
0521622255
9780521627092
0521627095
Branch Call Number: 782 CAM NVD
Characteristics: p
Additional Contributors: Potter, John tenor
Alternative Title: Singing
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