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Acting and Singing Archetypes
Janet B. Rodgers & Frankie Armstrong - Limelight Editions

Perfect for theatre teachers, directors and workshop leaders, this book & CD pack shows actors/singers how to find the archetypes - Mother, Lover, Trickster, etc. - within themselves.  This first part of the... view details

Acting for Singers (Creating Believable Singing Characters)
David F. Ostwald - Oxford University Press

The Complete Lyrics of Irving Berlin
ed. Kimball & Emmet - Hal Leonard Corporation

First Applause Printing.  Originally published by A. Knopf, New York, 2000.  A collection of all the song lyrics of Irving Berlin, along with historical and musicological commentary and dozens of photographs.... view details

Harvard Biographical Dictionary
RANDEL, D - Harvard University Press

Randel, Don Michael. Published by Belknap/Harvard Univ. Pr., Cambridge, MA. Copyright 1996. A compendium of musical artists, from those who performed chants to present-day jazz and pop performers. A fitting... view details

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It All Begins with the Music (Developing Successful Artists for the New Music Business)
Dan Kimpel & Don Grierson - Course Technology

Where do recording artists come from?  What are the ingredients required for their success?  How can a rising artist cut through the clutter to make a formidable impact and sustain this power in today's music... view details

Jazz Singers (The Ultimate Guide)
Scott Yanow - Hal Leonard Corporation

This book provides an overview of the great vocalists who have sung jazz.  By drawing on original interviews conducted exclusively for this book, along with Scott Yanow's extensive knowledge, "The Jazz... view details

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Kurt Weill on Stage
HIRSCH, F - Limelight Editions

His best-known song is Mack the Knife, with words by Bertolt Brecht, from The Threepenny Opera, first performed in Weimar Berlin in 1928. Five years later, Kurt Weill fled the Nazis to come to America, where... view details

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Lyrics on Several Occasions
Ira Gershwin - Limelight Editions

One of the most distinguished lyric-writers of his time, Ira Gershwin wrote for his brother George as well as Jerome Kern, Kurt Weill, Harold Arlen and others. Limelight presents a selection of stage and... view details

Making More Sense of How to Sing (Multi-sensory Techniques for Voice Lessons and Choir Rehearsals)
Alan Gumm - Meredith Music Publications

This book reveals how anybody can learn to sing and how any voice teacher or choral conductor can get anyone to sing, and keep making breakthroughs in singing.  With multi-sensory techniques to match and build... view details

The Naked Voice (A Wholistic Approach to Singing)
W. Stephen Smith & Michael Chipman - Oxford University Press

The Professional Studio Vocalist
Claytoven Richardson - Course Technology

This guide presents vocalists with valuable information on all aspects of the recording business, including: recording fundamentals, professionalism , vocal techniques, finding employment, how to blend with... view details

Singing Opera in Germany
Marita Knobel & Brigitte Steinert - Baerenreiter-Verlag

Translated, and revised edition of Beruf: Opernsanger. Ein Ratgeber, Barenreiter-Verlag, Kassel, 2002. This book contains practical tips and useful information for any young singer planning to enter the... view details

Solutions for Singers (Tools for Performers and Teachers)
Richard Miller - Oxford University Press

Tipbook Vocals the Singing Voice (The Complete Guide)
Hugo Pinksterboer - Hal Leonard Corporation

This easy-to-read and highly accessible "Tipbook" has been written in close collaboration with classical and non-classical singers and teachers, therapists, and other experts. "Tipbook Vocals" doesn't teach... view details

Ultimate Vocal Voyage
Daniel Zangger Borch - Hal Leonard Corporation

Daniel Zangger is the first Swedish singing voice specialist to scientifically study the functioning of the rock, pop and soul voice.  Drawing from his vast experience as a singer and educator, working in... view details

Understanding French Verse (A Guide for Singers)
David Hunter - Oxford University Press

Voice and Speech Training in the New Millennium (Conversations with Master Teachers)
Nancy Saklad - Applause Publications

"Voice and Speech Training in the New Millennium" is a collection of interviews with 24 of today's leading voice and speech teachers, each of whom has contributed to the advancement of the field and made... view details