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Constructing Exercises that Enhance the Management of the Interdependence of the Vocal Folds and Breath Management in Singing

by Thomas F. Cleveland
posted 7 years ago
It has long been the hallmark of a fine teacher to assign proper vocalises to the student. From a scientific perspective, the messa di voce, staccato and sustaining long phrases are discussed.
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