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The Oxford handbook of singing / edited by Graham F. Welch, David M. Howard, and John Nix. [electronic resource]
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019.
1 online resource.
Welch, Graham (Graham F.)
Howard, David M. (David Martin), 1956-
Nix, John, 1963-
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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.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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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. SÌvec
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. LAÌÂ¤a, 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-AÌÂ¢EnyAÌÂ¡i, 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 TernstrAÌÂ¨om, 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 / TAÌÂ¨ores Theorell
The Healthy Voice, Lifestyle and Voice Protection (including Exercise, Body Work and Diet) / John S. Rubin, Ruth Epstein.
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The Oxford handbook of singing / edited by Graham F. Welch, David M. Howard, and John Nix.