The Resource On the art of singing, Richard Miller

On the art of singing, Richard Miller

Label
On the art of singing
Title
On the art of singing
Statement of responsibility
Richard Miller
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This manual deals with all aspects of singing and includes vocal technique, style and interpretation, professional preparation, and vocal pedagogy
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1926-2009
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Miller, Richard
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
MT820
LC item number
.M599 1996
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Singing
  • Singing
  • Singing
  • Voice
  • Chant
  • Chant
  • Chant
  • Voix
  • Singing
  • Singing
  • Singing
  • Voice
  • Zangkunst
  • Stem
  • Muziekinterpretatie
  • Singen
Label
On the art of singing, Richard Miller
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Previously published essays, in part revised
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part I : On training the singing voice. Imagery and the teaching of singing -- Five principles for the successful teaching of singing -- Covering in the singing voice -- The open throat (La gola aperta) -- Breath management diction and the vocal legato -- Diction and vocal technique -- The performer as voice teacher -- Pedagogical clothing for the emperor and empress -- The tricky teacher -- Woofy baritones and tinny tenors -- McPedagogy -- What you need is more support -- Simplicity in singing -- Teaching hearing the voice -- Si canta come is parla -- How singing is not like speaking -- Thinking phonetically (values and pitfalls of the IPA) -- A parable of the foolish baker -- The choral conductor as teacher of vocal technique -- The law of contingency and vocal pedagogies -- To admire or to teach -- Patching the vocal garment -- Mysteries and miracles -- The flat earth school of vocal pedagogy -- Sharpening up some old pedagogical saws -- Open windows
  • Part II : On musical style and interpretation. Purely a matter of taste -- The two poles of Bel Canto -- Singing the mélodie -- Self perception and performance reality -- Liederwurst -- Seit ich ihn gesehen ... kann ich jedoch singen -- Words or sentences? Notes or phrases? -- Sentiment or sentimentality -- Singing the recitative -- Reality and art -- Pop music, non western European vocal styles and efficient vocal function -- How is legato achieved in singing -- Rhythm versus beat -- Large and small strokes -- The Gilda in the sack school of singing -- The demise of the studio Baroque vocal sound -- Vocal coach or vocal technician -- Vocal tea parties of the private and public sorts -- As the old Italians said -- The lively dying art of singing -- The sense of immediacy in singing
  • Part III : On preparation for the professional life. The seven pillars of performance success -- Wrapping up the performance package -- What to do on a performance day -- Warming up the voice -- The technique of marking -- The vocal contestant and the judges -- Twenty-one proven ways to alienate competition judges -- Beginning with another teacher -- Early and late bloomers -- creative practicing -- A stroll past the practice rooms -- What technical work have you done today -- The lonely soccer player -- How to really bomb a master class -- Developing independence in the student -- Is there a cure for performance anxiety -- Please tell me my fach -- The aging singer -- The wisdom of the body in singing -- Studio procedures -- Truth in advertising -- a critical look -- The practicality of creativity
  • Part IV : On the singing voice and vocal function. The singing teacher in the age of voice science -- On the invasion of vocal pedagogy by science -- The invisible instrument -- Have you read the literature -- Taming the terrible triplets of vocal tract : tongue / hyoid bone / larynx -- The three musketeers of tension : tongue, neck and jaw -- Gorillas giraffes lions and gazelles -- Male and female created he them -- In search of the tenth rib -- Teaching voices of the opposite gender -- Instinctive artistic singing -- Let's build a straw man : the technique versus artistry debate -- The misuses of scientific information in the teaching of singing -- Relax and sing -- Easily not lazily : tonicity in the singing instrument -- The effect of tongue position on spectra in singing -- The role of the jaw in singing -- The incorrupt jaw and tongue of Saint Anthony of Padua -- How big is the big sound -- Feeling hearing and seeing the voice -- Spectrographic analysis of the singing voice -- Vowel definition in a performance by Jussi Bjoerling of Vesti la giubba -- Spectral components of five cardinal vowels in the soprano singing voice considered by means of the sequential vowel diagonal -- A brief spectral study of vowel differentiation and modification in a professional tenor voice -- What the vocal arts laboratory can and cannot do -- The singer and the Otolaryngologist
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xii, 318 pages
Isbn
9780199773923
Lccn
95030176
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)32697649
  • (OCoLC)ocm32697649
Label
On the art of singing, Richard Miller
Publication
Note
Previously published essays, in part revised
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part I : On training the singing voice. Imagery and the teaching of singing -- Five principles for the successful teaching of singing -- Covering in the singing voice -- The open throat (La gola aperta) -- Breath management diction and the vocal legato -- Diction and vocal technique -- The performer as voice teacher -- Pedagogical clothing for the emperor and empress -- The tricky teacher -- Woofy baritones and tinny tenors -- McPedagogy -- What you need is more support -- Simplicity in singing -- Teaching hearing the voice -- Si canta come is parla -- How singing is not like speaking -- Thinking phonetically (values and pitfalls of the IPA) -- A parable of the foolish baker -- The choral conductor as teacher of vocal technique -- The law of contingency and vocal pedagogies -- To admire or to teach -- Patching the vocal garment -- Mysteries and miracles -- The flat earth school of vocal pedagogy -- Sharpening up some old pedagogical saws -- Open windows
  • Part II : On musical style and interpretation. Purely a matter of taste -- The two poles of Bel Canto -- Singing the mélodie -- Self perception and performance reality -- Liederwurst -- Seit ich ihn gesehen ... kann ich jedoch singen -- Words or sentences? Notes or phrases? -- Sentiment or sentimentality -- Singing the recitative -- Reality and art -- Pop music, non western European vocal styles and efficient vocal function -- How is legato achieved in singing -- Rhythm versus beat -- Large and small strokes -- The Gilda in the sack school of singing -- The demise of the studio Baroque vocal sound -- Vocal coach or vocal technician -- Vocal tea parties of the private and public sorts -- As the old Italians said -- The lively dying art of singing -- The sense of immediacy in singing
  • Part III : On preparation for the professional life. The seven pillars of performance success -- Wrapping up the performance package -- What to do on a performance day -- Warming up the voice -- The technique of marking -- The vocal contestant and the judges -- Twenty-one proven ways to alienate competition judges -- Beginning with another teacher -- Early and late bloomers -- creative practicing -- A stroll past the practice rooms -- What technical work have you done today -- The lonely soccer player -- How to really bomb a master class -- Developing independence in the student -- Is there a cure for performance anxiety -- Please tell me my fach -- The aging singer -- The wisdom of the body in singing -- Studio procedures -- Truth in advertising -- a critical look -- The practicality of creativity
  • Part IV : On the singing voice and vocal function. The singing teacher in the age of voice science -- On the invasion of vocal pedagogy by science -- The invisible instrument -- Have you read the literature -- Taming the terrible triplets of vocal tract : tongue / hyoid bone / larynx -- The three musketeers of tension : tongue, neck and jaw -- Gorillas giraffes lions and gazelles -- Male and female created he them -- In search of the tenth rib -- Teaching voices of the opposite gender -- Instinctive artistic singing -- Let's build a straw man : the technique versus artistry debate -- The misuses of scientific information in the teaching of singing -- Relax and sing -- Easily not lazily : tonicity in the singing instrument -- The effect of tongue position on spectra in singing -- The role of the jaw in singing -- The incorrupt jaw and tongue of Saint Anthony of Padua -- How big is the big sound -- Feeling hearing and seeing the voice -- Spectrographic analysis of the singing voice -- Vowel definition in a performance by Jussi Bjoerling of Vesti la giubba -- Spectral components of five cardinal vowels in the soprano singing voice considered by means of the sequential vowel diagonal -- A brief spectral study of vowel differentiation and modification in a professional tenor voice -- What the vocal arts laboratory can and cannot do -- The singer and the Otolaryngologist
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xii, 318 pages
Isbn
9780199773923
Lccn
95030176
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)32697649
  • (OCoLC)ocm32697649

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