Author : Clifton Ware
Genre : Singing
Publisher : McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
ISBN : 0070683085
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This voice text combines an introduction to the singing process with an anthology of 60 songs. It also offers an introduction to the basics of how the voice works along with methodical voice building techniques. Piano accompaniments of the songs are available on cassette and CD.

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Genre : Science fiction
Publisher : Jace Publishing LLC
ISBN : 9780615377131
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File Download : 314 page

Author : Clifton Ware
Genre : Singing
Publisher : McGraw-Hill College
ISBN : 0072855223
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File Download : 310 page

This popular text combines a thorough introduction to the singing process with an anthology of 60 songs. While offering a clear introduction to the basic workings of the voice and methodical voice-building techniques, the text takes a holistic approach, reflecting the view that the study of singing helps students develop greater self-awareness of body and mind. Piano accompaniments of the songs included in the anthology are provided on the companion CD.

Author : W. Stephen Smith
Genre : Music
Publisher : Oxford University Press
ISBN : 9780195300505
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In The Naked Voice, W. Stephen Smith invites all singers to improve their vocal technique through his renowned and time-tested wholistic method. Focusing not only on the most important technical, but also on the often overlooked psychological and spiritual elements of learning to sing, his book allows readers to develop their own full and individual identities as singers. With philosophies and techniques drawn from a lifetime of teaching voice, Smith demonstrates how one can reveal the true unique sound of one's own voice by singing with the whole self. The master's method, presented in concrete and comprehensible terms with helpful illustrations, is enhanced by a CD containing exercises performed by singers from Smith's own studio-singers whose talent and training bring them across the country and around the world. The clear and easy style of The Naked Voice welcomes the reader into Smith's teaching studio, and into conversation with Smith himself as he presents the six simple and elegant exercises that form the core of his method. These exercises provide a foundation for free singing, and lead singers through the step-by-step process of mastering the technique. Throughout, Smith speaks sympathetically and encouragingly to the singer in search of an unencumbered and effective approach to the art. The Naked Voice is a must-read for all singers, giving teachers and students, amateurs and professionals, access to the methods and concepts that have earned Smith his reputation as one of the most highly-sought-after vocal instructors in the international arena today.

Author : Biddu
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Read Out Loud Publishing LLP
ISBN :
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As a child, Biddu dreamt of going west and making it big as a composer. At the age of sixteen, he formed a band and started playing in a cafe in Bangalore, his home town, At eighteen, he was part of a popular act at Trinca's, a nightclub in Calcutta devoted to food, wine and music, At nineteen, he had college students in Bombay dancing to his music. In his early twenties, he left the country and ended up hitchhiking across the Middle East before arriving in London with only the clothes on his back and his trusty guitar. What followed were years of hardship and struggle but also great music and gathering fame. From the nine million selling "Kung Fu Fighting" to the iconic youth anthem of "Made in India" and the numerous hits in between. Biddu's music made him a household name in India and elsewhere. In this first public account of all that came his way: the people, the events,the music tours and companies Biddu writes with a gripping sense of humor about his remarkable journey with its fairy tale ending. Charming, witty, and entirely likable, Biddu is a man you are going to enjoy getting to know.

Author : Gregory Blankenbehler
Genre : Music
Publisher : CreateSpace
ISBN : 1450530605
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Written for teachers or parents of young children, Singing Lessons for Little Singers offers exciting songs and exercises based on proven pedagogical principles and healthy vocal technique for use in solo or group voice lessons. This revolutionary method was created to fill the great void of private singing lesson materials for children: it combines a system of voice-developing exercises with an ear-training and sight-singing course and a collection of enjoyable songs with entertaining lyrics and delightful illustrations. This powerful, comprehensive method has had great success in developing advanced singing skills, as well as creating many satisfying experiences for students.

Author : Marlene Potts
Genre :
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN : 1544295715
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A sweet Christmas surprise for a little girl as she discovers a singing mouse in her kitchen. As she listens to him sing of the Christ child, she thinks of a great-grandfather and one of his favorite songs.

Author : Kamla K. Kapur
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Jaico Publishing House
ISBN : 9788184957525
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From the best-selling author of Classic Tales from Mystic India comes an original novel about the life and travels of Guru Nanak — musician, enlightened thinker and one of the most beloved figures in Eastern spirituality. This captivating depiction — part fiction, part history — weaves together facts, legends, folktales, myths and over 40 of Guru Nanak’s poems from the Sikh holy book, the Granth Sahib. Told through the eyes of his companion Mardana, The Singing Guru chronicles the struggle to attain balance between a material and spiritual mindset, helped along the way by the companionship, wisdom and songs of Nanak. Containing a variety of tales that illustrate Mardana’s struggles with temptation, attachment, greed and pride, this book has stories for people of all backgrounds. Kamla K Kapur’s previous books include Classic Tales from Mystic India and Pilgrimage to Paradise. She is also a poet (As a Fountain in a Garden, Radha Speaks), a short story writer and an award winning playwright. She and her husband, Payson R. Stevens, live half the year in the Kullu Valley in the Himalayas and the other half in Southern California, USA. For more information visit kamlakkapur.com

Author : Clifton Ware
Genre : Music
Publisher : McGraw-Hill Humanities Social
ISBN : STANFORD:36105011412223
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File Download : 310 page

Basics of Vocal Pedagogy is a comprehensive introductory text for vocal pedagogy classes at the college and university level. Though written primarily for prospective teachers of singing, vocal music educators, choir directors, voice coaches and intermediate to advanced level singers will also find the text useful as a textbook, training manual, and general reference book.

Author : Ken McDonald
Genre :
Publisher : Every Word Publishing
ISBN : 1942769040
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Good Vibrations is my story of how I had my voice restored to functional use. It is a step by step account of the exercises I did, and the fears I encountered. It also contains email correspondence of two people who were diagnosed with SD and I instructed each of them in the exercises by email with their voices being improved.