The Oxford handbook of singing / edited by Graham F. Welch, David M. Howard, and John Nix. [electronic resource]

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019.
Description
1 online resource.

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Subject(s)
Singing [Browse]
Editor
Series
Frequency
Monthly
Summary note
Singing has been a characteristic behaviour of humanity across several millennia. Including 53 chapters by 72 authors, drawn from across the world, 'The Oxford Handbook of Singing' is a comprehensive resource for anyone who wishes to know more about the nature of singing.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Target audience
Specialized.
Source of description
Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on May 7, 2019).
Contents
  • Systematic Development of Vocal Technique / John Nix
  • Teaching the Professional Singer / June Boyce-Tillman
  • Mental Preparation for the Performer / Alma Thomas
  • Conservatory Teaching and Learning / Mary King, John Nix
  • Pedagogy of Different Sung Genres / Jeremy Fisher, Gillyanne Kayes, Lisa Popeil
  • Singing and Emotion / Eduardo Coutinho, Klaus R. Scherer, Nicola Dibben
  • The Extra-normal Voice / Michael Edward Edgerton
  • The Impact of Location on the Singing Voice / Harald Jers
  • The Sound Source in Singing: Basic Principles and Muscular Adjustments for Fine-tuning Vocal Timbre / Christian T. Herbst, David M. Howard, Jan G. Švec
  • The Vocal Tract in Singing / Brad Story
  • The Neuroscience of Singing / Boris A. Kleber, Jean Mary Zarate
  • Singing and Psychological Needs / Jane W. Davidson, Sandra Garrido
  • Voice Dysfunction and Recovery / Tara K. Stadelman-Cohen, Robert E. Hillman
  • Structure and Function of the Singing Voice / Gillyanne Kayes
  • Socio-cultural, Acoustic, and Environmental Imperatives in the World of Singing / Robert Walker
  • Cultural History and a Singing Style: "The English Cathedral Tradition" / Timothy Day
  • Breathing in Singing / Alan Watson
  • The Acoustics of Different Genres of Singing / Johan Sundberg
  • Adolescent Girls' Singing Development / Lynne Gackle
  • Physiology and its Impact on the Performance of Singing / Filipa M. B. Läa, Brian P. Gill
  • The Developing Voice / Desmond Sergeant
  • Mothers as Singing Mentors for Infants / Sandra E. Trehub, Helga Rut Gudmundsdottir
  • Vocal Music and Pedagogy of Chinese, African, and Indian Genres / Yang Yang, Aaron Carter-âEnyái, Nandhu Radhakrishnan, Sophie Grimmer, John Nix
  • Perspectives on Choral Conducting: Theory and Practice / Colin Durrant, Maria Varvarigou
  • Intonation and Staying in Tune in A Cappella Choral Singing / David M. Howard
  • Choral Singers' Perceptions of Musical Leadership / Dag Jansson
  • The Youth Choir / Joy Hill
  • Contemporary Concepts and Practices of Choral Singing / Ursula Geisler, Karin Johansson
  • Perceptual Features of Singing / David M. Howard, Eric J. Hunter
  • Intonation in Singing / Johan Sundberg
  • Perceived Quality of a Singing Performance: The Importance of Context / Evangelos Himonides
  • Defining and Explaining Singing Difficulties in Adults / Karen Wise
  • Fetal, Neonatal and Early Infant Experiences of Maternal Singing / Sheila C. Woodward
  • Singing and Invented Song-making in Infants and Young Children's Early Learning and Development: From Shared to Independent Song-making / Margaret S. Barrett
  • Boys' Singing Voice Change in Adolescence / Jenevora Williams, Scott Harrison
  • Addressing the Needs of the Adult (3z (BNon-singer (3y (B ( (3z (BNS (3y) (B / Susan Knight
  • Group Singing and Social Identity / Jane W. Davidson, Robert Faulkner
  • Can Singing have a Beneficial Effect on Lung Function and Breathing for People with Respiratory Illness? / Stephen Clift, Rebekah Gilbert
  • Singing and Vocal Development / Graham F. Welch
  • Historical Approaches in Revealing the Singing Voice, Part 1 / Harm K. Schutte
  • Ave Verum Pentium: Singing, Recording, Archiving and Analysing within the Digital Domain / Evangelos Himonides
  • Practical Voice Analysis and their Application in the Studio / Garyth Nair, David M. Howard, Graham F. Welch
  • Children Singing: Nurture, Creativity, and Culture: A Study of Children's Music-making in London, UK, and in West Bengal, India / Valentine Harding
  • Vocal Performance in Occasional Singers / Simone Dalla Bella
  • Future Perspectives / Peter Pabon, David M. Howard, Sten Ternstrèom, Malte Kob, Gerhard Eckel
  • The Effects of Gender on the Motivation and Benefits Associated with Community Singing in the UK / Diana Parkinson
  • Voice Management and the Older Singer / Jane W. Davidson, Lynne Murray
  • Unchained Melody: The Rise of Orality and Therapeutic Singing / June Boyce-Tillman
  • Digital Libraries for Singing: The Example of the AIRS Project / Annabel J. Cohen, Karen M. Ludke
  • Historical Approaches in Revealing the Singing Voice, Part 2 / Harm K. Schutte
  • Singing as Inter- and Intra-personal Communication / Graham F. Welch, Costanza Preti
  • The Effects and Benefits of Singing Individually and in a Group / Tèores Theorell
  • The Healthy Voice, Lifestyle and Voice Protection (including Exercise, Body Work and Diet) / John S. Rubin, Ruth Epstein.
Other title(s)
Singing
ISBN
0-19-175091-3
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