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Marie Stultz: Innocent Sounds - Vol 2

Why Train The Young Singer
How Children Learn To SIng
Why "Doo"? Headtone Singing with Children
Healthy Singing: Proper Vocal Maintenance
Breathing Exercises
Vocal Exercises
The Out-of-Tune or Uncertain Singer
Consonants and Vowels and How They Relate to Tone Building
Vocal Acoustics: Advancing Headtone Techniques through "Doo" and More
Developing Musical Accuracy: The "Doo" Odyssey Continues
Selecting Repertoire to Build Tone
How To Choose Choral Repertoire: Is It Pedagogically Valuable?
Score Selection: How To Evaluate, Edit, and Adapt Established and New Works
Final Reflections
What is Success?

The sequel to "Innocent Sounds: Book 1--The Singer's Journey Begins". Marie Stultz's "Innocent Sounds" Book has been well received by the choral community and by voice teachers around the country. This book is designed to be a guide to those who are entrusted with the challenge of working with older children learning how to sing. Marie provides a variety of vocal exercises, literature suggestions, rehearsal aids, and practical advice that will serve extremely useful to all of those working with young children. Also ideal for home-schooled children ages 9 through early adolescence.

Item code: 9808B | Book | $22.95 |add item to cart
Choral  | 234 Pages | Softcover | 8 x 11 | United States

Related: Children's Choir Development
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