Vol 4 (2003)

The Phenomenon of Singing International Symposium IV

Proceedings of the Phenomenon of Singing International Symposium. St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. June 26th to 29th, 2003.

Editors: Ki Adams & Leon Chisholm

Assistant Editor: Andrea Rose

Table of Contents

Introduction

A word from...Dean of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland PDF
Alice Collins

vi

A word from...Symposium Co-Chairs PDF
Ki Adams, Andrea Rose

vii

Call for Papers and Presentations. The Phenomenon of Singing International Symposium V, 2005. PDF
Ki Adams, Andrea Rose

viii

Articles

Let the Boys Sing and Speak: Masculinities and Boys' Stories of Singing in School PDF
Adam Adler

1-15

For Thee We Sing: The Historical Implications of Marian Anderson's 1939 Easter Concert PDF
Sonya G. Baker

16-21

A Crowd of Jolly Trappers: Labrador Trapping Songs PDF
Tim Borlase

22-25

Hearing the Voices of Singing Schools PDF
Jenny Boyack

26-31

Bringing the Past to the Present: A History of the Brazeal Dennard Chorale PDF
Abigail Butler

32-41

Songlines and Star-Singers: Making the Most of the World's Voices for School Children PDF
Patricia Shehan Campbell

42-49

Sharing Their Voices: A Short History of Choral Societies in Nineteenth-century Newfoundland PDF
Glenn Colton

50-59

A Rationale for World Music in the Choral Classroom PDF
Peter Denee

60-66

Men's Ways of Singing PDF
Robert Faulkner

67-75

Collaboration and Singing: Tools for Self-Discovery PDF
Cissy Goodridge

76-81

The Sound of Angelic Voices: Sacred Music for High Voices in 17th.century France PDF
C. Jane Gosine

82-93

The Relationship Between Voice Part and Self-Selected Pitch PDF
Paul Guise

94-98

The Perils and Pleasures of "White" Invocations of the "Big Black Lady Inside PDF
Victoria Moon Joyce

99-104

The Relationship Between African American Enrollment and the Classroom Environment in Secondary Choral Music Programs PDF
Vicki R Lind, Abigail Butler

105-110

Vocal Health in Teacher Training Programs PDF
Mary Lynn Morrissey

111-117

Cultivating Voice, Cultivating Culture: Music Education's Role in Promoting the Examined Life PDF
Charlene Morton

118-124

Recognizing the Value of Two Aesthetics of Singing: A Strategy for Creating All-Inclusive Singing School Communities PDF
Louise Pascale

125-129

Vocal Music in Eighteenth-century Bath from the Pens of Thomas Linley Senior (1733-95) and Junior (1756-78) PDF
Paul F. Rice

130-135

The Phenomenon of Singing and Song: A Newfoundland and Labrador Educational Context PDF
Andrea Rose, Jennifer Nakashima

136-146

Redefining the Traditional Recital Program: Recital Repertoire for Women's Voices by Canadian Women Composers PDF
Caroline Schiller

147-156

Vocal Pedagogy for the Choral Conductor and Amateur Singer PDF
Kevin D. Skelton

157-162

Hidden Musicians: Songs by Cecile Chaminade, Josephine Lang, and Clara Schumann PDF
Gordon E. Smith, Karen B. Frederickson

163-171

Competitive Versus Non-Competitive Goal Structures: An Analysis of the Development of Self-Esteem Within Vocal Students and Their Perceptions of Musical Achievement PDF
Angela Warren

172-177

Researching Singing and Vocal Development Across the Lifespan: A Personal Case Study PDF
Graham F. Welch

178-190

Communities of Singing: A Democratic Approach PDF
Betty Anne Younker

191-195

The Use of Ancient Musics in the Contemporary Choral Music Context: Unusual Instruments and Vocal Techniques in the Modern Concert Setting PDF
Gerard J. Yun

196-205