Vol 1 (1997)

The Phenomenon of Singing International Symposium I

Editor: Brian Roberts

Table of Contents

Introduction

A Word from Memorial's Dean of Education PDF
Terry Piper

vi

A Word from the Symposium Chair PDF
Andrea Rose

vii-viii

A Word from the Editor PDF
Brian A. Roberts

ix

Articles

Like a Bridge Over Troubled Waters: The Use of Folk Song in the Intermediate Music Curriculum PDF
Ki Adams

1-10

Aural feedback, Vocal technique, and Creativity PDF
Nicholas Bannan

11-19

Using Digital Technology in a Voice Lesson PDF
David Bell

20-24

Of Zebra Doves and Prawn Crackers: Javanese Metaphors for Vocal Types PDF
Marc Benamou

25-32

Shaping and Sharing Techniques for Sight-Singing PDF
Kathryn Smith Bowers

33-43

The Phenomenon of Singing in the Study of Troubadour Poetry PDF
Elizabeth Brodovitch

44-49

Sharing the Voices: Metis Songs of the Northern Plains PDF
Nancy Browne, Lynn Whidden

50-51

Searching for Voices in the Ensemble Setting: Comparing Contexts, Strategies, and Identities PDF
Donald Buell, Andrea Rose

52-67

Cantonese Children's Songs in Hong Kong PDF
Lily Chen-Hafteck

68-74

When Spirits Sing and Singers Have a Voice PDF
Beverley Diamond

75-88

The Singing Classroom: A Community of Musicians PDF
Lori-Anne Dolloff

89-96

The Phenomenon of the Voice: A Comparison PDF
Robert E. Dunn

97-106

"Nish" Rumboldt: Newfoundland's beloved Pied Piper of Song PDF
Douglas Dunsmore

107-114

Song: A Medium for Literacy Development PDF
William T. Fagan

115-121

The Vocal Traditions of two Indigenous Cultures of South Africa PDF
Daniela Heunis

122-128

Toward a Methodology of Vocal Pedagogy Research PDF
Richard Kennell

129-137

Choral Arranging for the Adolescent Voice: Selecting and Adapting Indigenous Music into the Curriculum PDF
Valerie Long

138-144

Singing development: Comparisons between Poor Pitch Singers and other Groups PDF
Berit Lidman-Magnusson

145-154

Text Declamation and Consonants: Means to Expressive Choral Singing PDF
Gerald Neufeld

155-160

Traditional Song in Ireland: Living Fossil or Dynamic Resource? PDF


161-170

Pronunciatio in the Music of Purcell and Handel PDF
Michael Purves-Smith

171-177

From old Ragas to new voices: Experiencing contemporary Indian Choral Music PDF
Andre de Quadros

178-183

John Abraham Fisher's A Comparative View of the English, French and Italian Schools: A British musician tours Europe PDF
Paul F. Rice

184-192

Being a Singer: A Sociological Analysis of the Role Identity of University Voice Majors PDF
Brian A. Roberts

193-200

The Nature of Children's Singing Voices: Characteristics and Assessment PDF
Joanne Rutkowski

201-209

Professional for a Day: the Experience of Singing in an Amateur Symphonic Choir PDF
Rosalynd Smith

210-216

Still Singing for our Lives: Singing in the Everyday Lives of Women through this Century PDF
Katharine L. Smithrim

217-232

Science-based, Futurist Megatrends: Vocal and Choral Pedagogy in the Year 2097 PDF
Leon Thurman

233-246

The Missing Dimension PDF
George Tibbetts

247-251

The Use of Chest Voice in African-American Religious Singing PDF
Robert T. Townsend

252-255

Finding Her Voice: Current Trends in Early Vocal Music Performance PDF
Katherine Wallace

256-262

Voicing the Wilderness: Chant as an Expression of Canadian Culture in R. MurraySchafer's And Wolf Shall Inherit the Moon PDF
Ellen Waterman

263-268

A Critique of Fundamentalism in Singing: Musical Authenticity, Authority, and Practice PDF
Paul Woodford

269-278