Respiratory Function in Singing
A Primer for Singers and Singing TeachersPaperback - 2006
This book is designed primarily for singers and singing teachers. Speech-language pathologists who work with singers will also find it of value. Respiratory function in singing is a controversial topic, rich in folklore and conditioned by the personal preferences of teachers. This book provides readers with the best scientific information available on respiratory function in singing, and presents it in an easy-to-read format. The principles and methods offered in this book are designed to help singers reach singing maturity as early as possible, prolong their singing careers, optimize singing performance, and minimize the risk of injury and disease. Nine chapters cover the following topics: Structure, Mechanics, Adjustments, Variables, Control, Respiration, Prelude, Performance, and Exercises.
Publisher: Tuscon, Arizona : Redington Brown, c2006.
Branch Call Number: 781.48024
Characteristics: 167 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.