“Singing Lessons for Little Singers: Level A – Very Young Beginner” by Greg Blankenbehler (2011)
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“Observations on the Florid Song” by Pier Francesco Tosi (1723)
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“The Technics of Bel Canto” by Giovanni Battista Lamperti (1905)
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“Modern Singing Methods” by J. F. Botume (1885)
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“Singing Lessons for Little Singers” by Gregory Blankenbehler (2009)
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Archive for January, 2011
Posted on January 11, 2011 | 1 CommentPerfect pitch (“absolute pitch”) is the capability of certain people to hear a note, without any harmonic context, and correctly identify its pitch. Scientists are not certain how perfect pitch is developed, but there is a general consensus that it is a mixture of genetics and early-aged exposure/training.
Posted on January 1, 2011 | No Commentsn creating his definitive piece on the world of sleeping, Britten (though admittedly cryptically) shares with us a number of his own dreams: dreams of adventure on the high seas, dreams of strange and erotic attractions, dreams of terror at the threat of violence, dreams of macabre hauntings, and dreams of happy summer afternoons. The dream that he shares in the final Shakespeare sonnet, however, is the most cryptic of them all.