A compilation of essays written by renowned singing teachers as their testament to their great singing instructor, whose research and interpretations have given birth to a new era of vocal pedagogy known as 'Functional Voice Training.' The essays explain the four basic principles with which he works: the two-register theory, the necessity for pure vowels, the use of rhythm to encourage the muscles to react spontaneously, and the choice of dynamic.Leonore Blume and Margaret Peckham Certain of Cornelius Reida#39;s students singing in Europe were the first to introduce Reida#39;s ideas in Germany. ... Cornelius asked Margaret Peckham to translate the short work he was writing on Vocal Exercises: Their Purpose and Dynamics. ... After the publication of this book as Funktionale Stimmen- twicklung by Schott of Mainz in 1994, we invited Cornelius toanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Modern Singing Master|
|Author||:||Ariel Bybee, James E. Ford|
|Publisher||:||Scarecrow Press - 2005-02-10|