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Mary King: Singing In French - High Voice (The Boosey Voice Coach)


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: High Voice (HIGH VCE)
Skill Level: Intermediate - Explain this
Series: The Boosey Voice Coach
Catalogue #: M060119422
ISBN: 9780851625492
This Item Earns 27 Musicroom Points

Description

French is a language beset with problems, especially for non-native speakers. Where should there be a liaison between one word and the next? What mouth shape is needed to produce a tricky vowel sound? What about nasal vowels - or all those silent consonants? This book contains all the tricks of the trade: the singer need never fear singing in French again.

The Boosey Voice Coach is an entirely new concept in vocal training. Not a self-teaching manual, and not filled with off-putting diagrams, this series is a wholly practical guide to singing - learning about technique and interpretation through the repertoire itself.

Each volume is devoted to singing in one particular language. In each volume of the series, works from the vocal canon have been selected specifically by Mary King for their technical and musical challenges. Each piece is discussed at length, starting with the words ('Text' - including a literal translation as appropriate), moving to general advice about how the song might be approached ('Notes'), and then addressing the technical difficulties the music presents ('Skills'). Expressed in clear language, Mary King's approach is direct, practical and not limited to one particular teaching method. Any student will find that these books enrich and complement their vocal studies.