How to Sing

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Ngôn Ngữ Nội Dung Sách
Nhà xuất bản
Năm xuất bản
2006
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CONTENTS

My Purpose 
My Title to write on the Art of Song 
SECTION I
Preliminary Practice 
SECTION II
Of the Breath 
SECTION III
Of the Breath and Whirling Currents 
SECTION IV
The Singer's Physiological Studies 
SECTION V
Equalizing the Voice; Breath; Form 
SECTION VI
The Attack 
SECTION VII
[Pg vi]Nasal. Nasal Singing 
SECTION VIII
Singing toward the Nose. Head Voice 
SECTION IX
The Head Voice 
SECTION X
Sensation and Position of the Tongue 
SECTION XI
The Sensations of the Palate 
SECTION XII
The Sensation of the Resonance of the Head Cavities 
SECTION XIII
Singing Covered 
SECTION XIV
On Vocal Registers 
SECTION XV
Development and Equalization 
SECTION XVI
White Voices 
SECTION XVII
[Pg vii]Theodor Wachtel 
SECTION XVIII
The Highest Head Tones 
SECTION XIX
Extension of the Compass and Equalization of Registers 169
SECTION XX
The Tremolo 
>SECTION XXI
The Cure 
SECTION XXII
The Tongue 
SECTION XXIII
Preparation for Singing 
SECTION XXIV
The Position of the Mouth (Contraction of the Muscles of Speech) 
SECTION XXV
Connection of Vowels 
SECTION XXVI
[Pg viii]The Lips 
SECTION XXVII
The Vowel Sound AH 
SECTION XXVIII
Italian and German 
SECTION XXIX
Auxiliary Vowels 
SECTION XXX
Resonant Consonants 
SECTION XXXI
Practical Exercises 
SECTION XXXII
The Great Scale 
SECTION XXXIII
Velocity 
SECTION XXXIV
Trill 
SECTION XXXV
How to hold One's Self when Practising 
SECTION XXXVI
[Pg ix]Concerning Expression 
SECTION XXXVII
Before the Public 
SECTION XXXVIII
Interpretation 
SECTION XXXIX
In Conclusion 
Note.—A Good Remedy for Catarrh and Hoarseness 

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