Vol 2 (1999)

International Symposium II

Table of Contents

Introduction

A word from the dean of education, Memorial University of Newfoundland PDF
Clar Doyle

vi

A word from the symposium co-chair PDF
Ki Adams

vii-viii

Articles

Bi-musicality in Japanese folksong and Italian art song: A study on vocal timbre PDF
Molly Adkins

1-6

How can I keep from singing: A lifetime of sweet singing in the choir PDF
Ki Adams

7-15

A gestural language for the representation and communication of vocal harmony PDF
Nicholas Bannan

16-23

Something to sing about! A selection and analysis of unison Canadian choral compositions for schools PDF
Rodger J. Beatty

24-42

"God keep our land glorious and free:" Metaphors for God, death, and "heavenly things" in some English languageCanadian folk songs PDF
Sheila MacKenzie Brown

43-52

Vocal timbre preference in children PDF
Hyun Ju Chong

53-63

Nature and nationalism in the vocal music of Jean Coulthard PDF
Glenn Colton

64-76

Choir spacing and choral sound: Physical, pedagogical and philosophical dimensions PDF
James F. Daugherty

77-88

Birth of a website: The Diction Domain and educational website development PDF
Yvonne R. Dechance, Candace A. Magner

89-93

It's not what you do, it's the way you do it: A study of encounter between chorol conductor and singer PDF
Colin Durrant

94-100

Would you repeat that, please?: Developing structure and creative repetition in the voice studio PDF
Daryl Edwards

101-107

Group dynamics and the small choir: An application of select models from behavioural and social psychology PDF
Paul E. Guise

108-115

Two musical and political extremes in the South African society PDF
Daniela Heunis

116-125

Improving choral educotion in schools: A review of the choral animateur concept in the UK PDF
Joy Hill

126-135

The Introduction of girls in cathedrol choirs: A new mode for the twentieth century PDF
Wendy Patricia Kerslake

136-143

Exploring a cultural myth: What adult non-singers may reveal about the nature of singing PDF
Susan Knight

144-154

Soloist and chorister: Integration and responsibility PDF
Lorna MacDonald

155-159

National identity and local ethnicity: The case of the Gaelic League's Oireachtas sean-n singing competitions PDF


160-169

Bel canto training in Niccolo Porpora's England with a twentieth century rationale PDF
Beverly J. Ogdon

170-176

The power of simply singing together in the classroom PDF
Louise M. Pascale

177-183

Singing a woman's life: How singing lessons transformed the lives of nine women PDF
Ann Patteson

184-195

The secular solo cantatas of Thomas A. Arne (1710-78) PDF
Paul Rice

196-205

Singing in German: Moving beyond the diction class PDF
Brian A. Roberts

206-212

RehearSING! from the podium PDF
Andrea Rose, Donald Buell

213-227

Singers wearing lion skins PDF
Nancy Telfer

228-235

Baseline assessment of singing in English schools PDF
Graham F. Welch, Julia Elsley

236-246

Composing with voice: Students' strategies and processes, and the influence of text on the composed music PDF
Betty Anne Younker

247-260