Vol 5 (2005)

International Symposium V

Proceedings of the Phenomenon of Singing International Symposium. St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. June 30th to July 3rd, 2005.

Table of Contents

Introduction

A Word from the Dean of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland PDF
David Dibbon

vi

A Word from the Symposium Co-Chairs PDF
Andrea Rose, Ki Adams

vii

Articles

The 30-year History of the Alliance des Chorales du Quebec and Its Impact on Choral Singing in the Province PDF
Patricia Abbott

1-13

The Heart of Singing (Plenary Address) PDF
Peggy D. Bennett

14-27

Musical Moments That Matter: Is a Multicultural Human Subject Possible? PDF
Deborah Bradley

28-37

When All the World's a Stage but the Audience Is a Tree PDF
David Buley

38-45

In Flanders Fields: Music of Remembrance in the Songs of Frederick R. Emerson PDF
Glenn D. Colton

46-60

Songs and Society: Parlour Songs from the Turn of the (Twentieth) Century PDF
Yvonne Rene Dechance

61-70

Flow and the Choral Experience PDF
Patrick K. Freer, Alan L. Raines

71-76

Full Body Warm-ups for Vocalists PDF
Erzsebet Gaal

77-83

The Singing Actor-The Act of Song PDF
Andrea Lane Gardner

84-89

Sacred Music in Early Colonial Mexico: Context, Style, and Performance PDF
C. Jane Gosine, Leon Chisholm

90-103

The Icemen Cometh: A Choral Travel Saga with Implications for the Acquisition of Business Skills PDF
Paul Guise, Robert Faulkner

104-114

The Voice In (And Of) Indian Classical Music: Carving Out a Tradition PDF
Chad Hamill

115-124

A New Approach to Examining Gendered Involvement in Music PDF
Scott D. Harrison

125-131

The Complexity of Musical Influences from the Opera Louis Riel: Vocal Challenges and Performance Perspectives PDF
Dean Jobin-Bevans

132-141

The Complexity of Musical Influences from the Opera Louis Riel PDF
Norman King

142-150

Opera Fher or Voice Types: Social Implications for Teaching and Performing in the World of Opera PDF
Hope Koehler

151-167

Finding the Conductor's Voice: A Curricular Framework for Teaching Choral Conducting at the Undergraduate Level PDF
Michael Kornelson

168-187

Music on the Wind: Women Songwriters in the More Traditional Revival in Ireland PDF
Ellen MacIsaac

188-210

What Singers Really Want: An International Survey of Choral Singers PDF
Stephanie Martin

211-219

Ancient Echoes: Stylistic Influences in Healey Willan's Liturgical Music PDF
Stephanie Martin, Brian E. Power

220-227

Applying the Metaphor of Motion to Phrase Analysis and Performance of Choral Music PDF
James McGowan

228-239

Sure, em a Singer!: The Empowering Effect of Vocal Portfolios at the Secondary School Level PDF
Sarah Morrison

240-247

Singing in the Twenty-first Century ... Singing a Better World PDF
Doreen Rao

248-256

The Child Voice as Social Construct PDF
Ardelle Ries

257-267

In the Place Just Right (Keynote Address) PDF
Catherine Robbin

268-278

Song as a Catalyst for Change: Teaching for Equity and Social Justice PDF
Florence Samson

279-305

Vocal Identities: The Social Construction of Professional Singers PDF
Tiri Bergensen Schei

306-312

Effects of Voice Training on Speech Intelligibility of Individuals with Parkinson's Disease PDF
Harold Wiens

313-327

What Happens When People Sing? A Community of Voices: An Investigation of the Effects of Belonging to a Choir PDF
Lee Willingham

328-346

Democracy, Pragmatist Aesthetics, and the Choral Experience PDF
Paul Woodford

347-360