Vol 9 (2013)

The Phenomenon of Singing International Symposium IX

Editors: Ki Adams & Andrea Rose

Table of Contents

Introduction

Message from the Directors, Symposium IX PDF
Andrea Rose, Ki Adams

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Keynote Presentations

The journey to becoming a singing priest: A fusion of music and faith
Keynote Plenary Presentation I
Video
Fr. Paul Poovathingal



Songs for singing: A 22nd century perspective
Keynote Plenary Presentation II
Video
David Moss



Growing choral-singing communities: Singing our stories
Keynote Plenary Panel Presentation
Video
Marian Dolan



Wielding excellence in the midst of diversity
Keynote Plenary Presentation IV
Video




Singing, composing and conducting rhythmic elements: How to get the groove?
Plenary Keynote Presentation V
Video
Mia Makaroff



View Item: A breath-taking view: Support, singing, and dispelling the myth of the countertenor voice
Plenary Keynote Presentation VI
Video
Daniel Taylor



Promising practices and core(al) innovation
Plenary Keynote Presentation VII
Video
Tim Sharp



Articles

Conducting Pantless: Exploring Internet Communication Technologies to Rehearse Choirs at a Distance PDF
Adam Adler

1-11

The Empowered Singer: Singing Your Best When It Matters Most PDF
Diana Allan

12-22

The Power of Song as the Voice of the People PDF
Margaret Bennett

23-33

Existentialism and Vocal Instruction in Higher Education PDF
Susan A. Boddie

34-89

Choral Confidence: Some Effects of Choir Configuration, Cohesion and Collaboration PDF
Michael Bonshor

90-97

Westernization and Music in China during and after the Qing Dynasty PDF
Anna Chen

98-106

Singing Performance: An Inclusive Roundtable Dialogue to Share Insights on the Thinking Which Informs our Teaching and Performance PDF
Sara Clethero

107-112

The Lost Voices of Maud Karpeles Folksongs from Newfoundland PDF
Glenn Colton

113-121

Considerations of Lateral and Vertical Conducting Gestures in Evoking Efficient Choral Sound PDF
Melissa L. Grady

122-129

Musical and Textual Content in Childrens Vocalizations PDF
Karen Howard

130-136

Finding a Voice through Music: Implications for Culturally Responsive Pedagogy PDF
LaVerne Bell-Tolliver

137-142

Pedagogical Implications for Teaching Students with a History of Sexual Trauma: An Essay regarding the Q&A Session following the Presentation PDF
Grace Johnson

143-153

Health Benefits of Singing: A Perspective from Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chi Kung PDF
Ralph Lorenz

154-166

The Process and Production of the Composition of a Musical Drama with Elementary Students PDF
Rhonda McRorie

167-171

Why Do Young People Sing Differently in Everyday Life Scenarios and at School? PDF
Hiromichi Mito,

172-178

False Start: Rigdon McCoy McIntosh and the Failed Attempt to Bring Vocal Music to Vanderbilt University PDF
Heather R. Nelson

179-188

What Did Women Sing? A Chronology concerning Female Choristers PDF
Laura Stanfield Prichard

189-198

Appoggio Demystified PDF
Catherine Robbin

199-203

The Effects of Shoe Heel Heights on Postural, Acoustical, and Perceptual Measures of Female Singing Performances: A Collective Case Pilot Study PDF
Amelia A. Rollings

204-223

Promising Practices and Core (al) Innovation PDF
Tim Sharp

224-228

Tunisian Music: The Soundtrack of the Revolution, the Voice of the People PDF
Lucia G. Westin

229-237

JABBLE! Choral Improvisation: A Model of Shared Leadership PDF
Gerard J. Yun, Lee Willingham

238-250