“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)
studying music in college Archive
Posted on August 7, 2010 | 2 CommentsFor many teens who study music the question eventually comes up: should I major in music in college? The answer to this question is not easy. Ultimately, it will require some personal soul-searching along with plenty of counsel from the student’s teachers and parents. It requires an analysis of whether the student is well suited—in musical skill, work ethic and determination—for studying music in college and, most importantly, what realistic life and career goals that course of study will serve. If big these questions are answered satisfactorily, majoring in music can not only be a very rewarding collegiate experience, but the opening to a world of both future satisfaction and financial stability.
Posted on August 7, 2010 | 5 CommentsThis is a question to which every music major must developed a strong, satisfactory answer. What are your goals in pursuing a degree in music? Are they reasonable? Will they lead to a career in which you can support yourself and your family? Do you love music enough to make it this big of a part of your life? A music degree can take you in a lot of directions, often ones that you never anticipated as you began. It is your responsibility to make sure you end up where you want to go.