Unlocking Your Voice: Freedom to Sing

Esther Salaman
Book
9781871082708
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Description

Esther Salaman's singing career started in 1940 with regular concerts and broadcasts. She then moved into teaching during which she evolved a distinctive method which many singers - some now famous - have found invaluable in developing their voices. Her book covers every aspect of voice production. She discusses her experience of personality behind the voice and comments on the drive and courage needed for a singing career as well as the fears and inhibitions that as

Paperback

144 pages

Contents

  • Foreword by Mark Elder
  • 1. Prelude
  • 2. Unlocking Your Voice
  • 3. The Start of the Note and VowelCentering
  • 4. Freedom and Agility
  • 5. Vibrazione - Vibrancy
  • 6. Messa di Voce - Expression: Dynamics
  • 7.Resonance
  • 8. 'Covering the Sound' and Register
  • s9. Your Daily Voice Limbering
  • 10. Vowels and Consonants
  • 11.The Wish to Sing
  • 12. Tension and Performance
  • 13. Voice Strain and Other Hazards
  • 14. The Pleasures and Perils of theSinging Profession
  • 15. Side Tracks and Deception
  • 16. Teachers and Students
  • 17. More About Bel Canto
  • 18.Choir Trainers
  • 19. Finale
  • Appendix: Analysis of Schubert's 'An die Musik'

Additional Information

Item Number: 9781871082708
Format: Book
Instrumentation: book

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