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by Richard Miller

  • ISBN: 0810832372
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  • Author: Richard Miller
  • Subcategory: Music
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scarecrow Press; Revised, Subsequent edition (March 13, 1997)
  • Pages: 304 pages
  • FB2 size: 1610 kb
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Richard Miller (April 9, 1926 – May 5, 2009) was a professor of singing at Oberlin College Conservatory of Music and the author of numerous books on singing technique and vocal pedagogy.

Richard Miller (April 9, 1926 – May 5, 2009) was a professor of singing at Oberlin College Conservatory of Music and the author of numerous books on singing technique and vocal pedagogy. He also sang recitals, oratorios, and numerous roles as a lyric tenor with major opera companies in Europe and America. Richard Miller was born April 9, 1926, in Canton, Ohio, as the youngest of 5 children. He began singing publicly at age three and a half

of value (as always with this author) (David Lennox).

National Schools of Singing book. In 1977, Scarecrow Press published Richard Miller's study, English, French, German and Italian Techniques of Singing: A Study in National Tonal Preferences and How They Relate to Functional Efficiency.

A Second Look at National Schools of Singing.

This study is dedicated to the many theater colleagues who over the years have discussed. A Second Look at National Schools of Singing. Although the book was published in 1977, it presented the results of more than twentyfive years' close observation of the professional vocal performance scene. In the intervening decades, the world has grown smaller.

In 1977, Scarecrow Press published Richard Miller's study, English, French, German and Italian Techniques of Singing: A Study in National Tonal Preferences and How They Relate to Functional Efficiency. He compared the historic and then current techniques practiced in the four major Western European schools of vocalism and evaluated technical maneuvers found within each.

Richard Miller became internationally known for his abilities as a teacher of singing; for many years he gave .

Richard Miller became internationally known for his abilities as a teacher of singing; for many years he gave teaching sessions all over North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. His books include: National Schools of Singing (Scarecrow, 1977, reissued 1997); The Structure of Singing (Schirmer Books/Macmillan, 1986); Training Tenor Voices (Schirmer Books/Macmillan, 1993); On the Art of Singing (Oxford University Press, 1996); Singing Schumann: An Interpretive Guide for Performers (Oxford University Press, 1999); Training Soprano Voices (Oxford University Press, 2000.

Books online: The Structure of Singing: System and Art of Vocal Technique, 1986, Fishpond. Combining the physical, technical, and artistic aspects of singing, the author applies current findings in medicine, acoustics, phonetics, and speech therapy to the singer's needs. The text demonstrates the scientific basis of exercises and vocalises, covering all major areas of vocal technique.

National Schools of Singing - Richard Miller. Livro que fala sobre as diversas escolas de canto. Solução para cantoresFull description. The Psychology of Singing. Solução para cantoresDescription complète. Richard Miller Handout. The Elements of Structure.

Richard Miller, National Schools of Singing. In 1977, Miller's first book English, French, German and Italian Techniques of Singing (republished as National Schools of Singing in 1997) was published by Scarecrow Press. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1997. The Structure of Singing. New York: Schirmer Books/Macmillan, 1986. Training Tenor Voices. New York: Schirmer Books/Macmillan, 1993. On the Art of Singing. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. The volume-subtitled A Study in National Tonal Preferences and How They Relate to Functional Efficiency-is based on the premise that vocal efficacy is a crucial factor in the evaluation of pedagogic philosophies.

In 1977, Scarecrow Press published Richard Miller's study, English, French, German and Italian Techniques of Singing: A Study in National Tonal Preferences and How They Relate to Functional Efficiency. He compared the historic and then current techniques practiced in the four major Western European schools of vocalism and evaluated technical maneuvers found within each.Recent years have placed greater demands on the vocal talents of professional singers with the growth of performance spaces, the emergence of the stage director, louder orchestral sound, and even the infusion of pop culture sounds into traditional music. As 'world culture' continues to expand, and vocal talent becomes more homogenous, the need for continued recognition of lingering national and regional vocal training techniques becomes more important for the singer's quest to develop a certain style. This update of Miller's original study incorporates these new concerns with a continued investigation into which techniques within the national schools are common to them all and which idiosyncratic regional tendencies remain.
Reviews about National Schools of Singing (3):
Sharpmane
This is a great research which answers lots of questions singers have. If you'll read it, you must need a very extensive know-how, to embase the research. Good book to have in home, because you'll consult whenever you need.
Yalone
The book is awesome ... technically detailed, and easy to understand!
It was recommended to me by my singing teacher, and recommend it to all students
Fawrindhga
This is an incredible resourse for a serious singer or teacher of singing. It examines the different historical theories of singing and informs the reader which techniques are now considered the best to use. An easy reading and fascinating.

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