“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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- “Singing Lessons for Little Singers: Level A – Very Young Beginner” by Greg Blankenbehler (2011)
Posted on August 7, 2010 | 4 CommentsYou have been preparing your whole life in school to enter into a major such as math, science or literature in college. Music is no easy exception. A music major entering into college is expected to have a set of skills and knowledge that also take years to develop. Here is a quick overview of what those expectation are.
Posted on July 14, 2010 | 1 CommentIn cursorily observing the accomplishments of the castrati it is easy to conclude that the procedure of castration does something amazing to a boy’s throat to make him an incredible vocalist. This, however, is not completely true. Certain abnormalities caused by pre-pubertal castration, in conjunction with extensive training equipped the castrati to potentially sing in a way that cannot without these procedures be replicated.
Posted on July 13, 2010 | 2 CommentsAs musical tastes moved from polyphony to monody and operas began to be performed, castrati were initially no more favored than any other voice type: roles were assigned to whomever was available, regardless of their register. By 1680, however, the castrati had taken over the leading and often the secondary roles in the opera.