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Joyce Lucia: How to Sing American: Pronunciation for Singers

How To Sing American
How To Use This Book
Symbols Used In This Book
The IPA Vowel Triangle
Vowel Triangle Mouth Positions
The "R" Pages
Removing the Silent "E"
Syllabification
More Syllabification
How To Write Lyric for IPA Analysis
Part 1: Vowels
Dipthongs
Part 2: Consonants
Appendix
How To Sing American CD
Song Lyrics In IPA
IPA Fonts
Answers to Diction Quiz
Answers to American Diction Checkup

This book teaches non-classical or pop-style singers how to pronounce lyrics in American English. Its primary audience is singers with English as a second language, but all singers of pop music, and indeed anyone wishing to improve their vocal technique, can benefit from this book. Through the use of the International Phonetic Alphabet, which assigns a specific symbol to each consonant and vowel sound, singers can immediately produce American sounds devoid of any local accents. Each sound is taught through a list of several practice words, photographs of mouth positions, and examples on the accompanying CD.

Item code: 6875B | Book & 1 CD | $19.95 |add item to cart
Instructional | 56 Pages | Softcover | 9 x 12
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