History of Scientific Study of Voice

  • Resource Type: Print
    Level: Basic
    by Helding, Lynn
    posted 8 months ago
    The author provides a comprehensive, historical review of contributions to voice science and pedagogy. The article explores the relationship between science and art through its history, its current state, and the new field of cognitive science to which voice pedagogy could look for a rapprochement between these two modes of understanding and the teaching of singing.
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