sight-singing


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sight-singing

[ˈsaɪtˌsɪŋɪŋ] Nejecución f a la primera lectura
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Students study how to learn material, develop a process to bring a song to performance level, and explore the musical theatre canon through sight-singing, workshopping, and performing.
We look forward to welcoming more choirs next year, and as Qatar grows, so should a sense of responsibility to fulfilling the need for arts and culture in its society." The competition was graced with a performance by Doha Youth Choir, a highly accomplished group that performs internationally and whose members receive specialised training in sight-singing, notation and theory, vocal technique and music interpretation.
Sight-reading can be practiced by tapping rhythms, sight-singing and playing percussion instruments.
A child prodigy born in 1925, Shenker became the musical secretary to the Modzitzer Rebbe, Shaul Yedidya Elazar Taub, after the grand rabbi spotted the 15-year-old Shenker sight-singing the rabbi's own compositions from a book of sheet music in his home.
(www.jonathanpalant.com) A quick scan of the Index reveals the wide variety of useful topics covered, among them the anatomy of the male voice (chapter 2), parts and placement (chapter 5), the adolescent male voice: categorization to maturation (chapter 6), auditions (chapter 8), warmups (chapter 9), sight-singing (chapter 10) and others.
Voice and acting classes required: For musical theater minor: voice, private voice lessons, acting, musical theater techniques, piano/theory fundamentals, sight-singing fundamentals
Teaching and using audiation in classroom instruction and applied lessons with advanced students: use audiation to improve your students' sight-singing and musical performance.
The musician's guide to aural skills; sight-singing, rhythm-reading, improvisation, and keyboard skills; v.1, 2d ed.
As Mengozzi sums it up, "this monograph aims to chart out the rich and convoluted history of the hexachordal system as a way of appreciating the cultural factors that transformed that system from a low-key method for sight-singing into an all-around structural pillar of early music" (p.
From music basics to composition, harmonic dictation, and strategies for sight-singing, this accompanies four audio CDs providing skill development prompts and makes for an outstanding study guide.