The Voice Teacher’s Cookbook: Creative Recipes for Teachers of Singing
57 experts from across the country working as professors, studio teachers, professional singers, choral directors, composers, vocologists, and speech-language pathologists have all contributed to this amazing collection of quick-to-read, yet deeply insightful strategies. It’s like finding expert trade secrets all placed in one easy source. With outstanding records of performance, workshop clinics, recordings, research, composition, leadership, and teaching, the authors provide their favorite “recipes” that will expand your current knowledge and inspire all levels of voice teachers and singers.
Here is a baker’s dozen of the recipes you’ll discover inside:
Deke Sharon, Founder, Contemporary A Cappella Society
Soup to Nuts: Using Your Voice as Many Different Sounds
Robert Edwin, Member, American Academy of Teachers of Singing
Vocal Animal Crackers
Marci Rosenberg, University of Michigan Vocal Health Center
Staple Pantry Ingredients: Applying Exercise Physiology Principles When Training the Vocal Athlete
Matthew Edwards, Associate Professor, Shenandoah Conservatory
Icing the Song: Onsets and Releases in Rock Singing
Matthew Hoch, Associate Professor, Auburn University
Ingredients for Good Choral Singing (as opposed to Solo Singing)
Kathryn Green, Professor of Voice, Shenandoah Conservatory
Cross Training Ingredients for the Female Belt and Classical Voice
Craig Hella Johnson, Artist in Residence, Texas State University
Becoming a Master Chef: The Professional Choral Singer
Kenneth Bozeman, Professor, Lawrence University
Lisa Popeil, Creator, Voiceworks Method
Baking a Great Belting Sound
Kimberly Steinhauer, President/Founding Partner, Estill Voice International, LLC
Everything is a Mix: It Depends on your Recipe!
Kat Reinhert, Head of Contemporary Voice, University of Miami
Original Recipes: Application of Vocal Technique to Address Artistic Choices in Original Music
Loraine Sims, Associate Professor, Louisiana State University
Transgender Singers Tetrazzini and/or Outside-the-Gender-Binary Bienville
Jeannie Gagné, Voice Professor, Berkley College of Music
Cookin’ with Gas: Breathing Facts, Best Practices, and Helpful Imagery
Delray Beach, Florida (April, 2018) The Voice Teacher’s Cookbook: Creative Recipes for Teachers of Singing, compiled and edited by Brian Winnie.
ISBN 978-1-57463-476-1; $24.95
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