The Art Of Singing

Based On The Principles Of The Old Italian Singing Masters, and Dealing With Breath-Control and Production Of The Voice, Together With Exercises


Gioacchino Rossini
William Shakespeare
Christopf Willibald Von Gluck

Text by William Shakespeare
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Item Number: 431-40087
Number of Pages: 201
Publisher: Theodore Presser Company
Print Status: In Print

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The Art Of Singing

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Introduction
Management of the Breath
The Vocal Organs
Placing the Voice
The Tongue
The Voice on the Breath
The Jaw
Soft Palate, Lips and Face, Eyes
Attack and Legato, Tone
Faulty Projection
The Registers of the Voice, Chest Register
Medium Register
Head Register
Table of the Registers, Voice-Force and Intensity of Breath Pressure
Expression
Preliminary Remarks on the Emission of Vowel Sounds
Starts on all the Vowel Sounds
For Acquiring Facility of Pronounciation
Vowels in Groups of Four
Variants on the Exercises
Recapitulation in the Form of Rules
Preliminary Exercise
Exercises
Exercises
Exercises
Exercises
Exercises
Hints on the Practice of Head Voice
Exercises on the Head Register
Exercises on the Chromatic Scales
Exercises on the Arpeggio
Embellishments
Embellishments
Embellishments
Embellishments
Embellishments
Embellishments
Messa di Voce
Advanced Technique
Exercises for the further Development of Agility
Hints on Phrasing
Vocalises
Pronounciation
The remaining Diphthongs
On the selection of the vowel sounds in certain words
The Buzzes
Hints on other consonants
Additional exercise on the trill
On Extra Foreign Vowel Sounds and Consonants
Concluding Observations
Aria - Une Voca Poco Fa (Il Barbiere di Siviglia)
Aria - O Del Mio Dolce Ardor (Elena e Paride)
Appendix