Your Voice: An Inside View
second edition (ISBN:978-0-9755307-8-8)
by Scott McCoy, DMA
with Lucinda Halstead, MD
Your Voice: An Inside View is the new standard in pedagogic literature for the voice. Already among the most widely used texts in pedagogy classes in the United States and abroad, the second edition is significantly enlarged and reorganized, making it even more accessible and user friendly. You will find a wealth of new information about resonance, voice analysis, and voice registration, along with a new chapter on vocal health and hygiene by Dr. Lucinda Halstead, MD. The text is supplemented by dozens of new videos, images, and multimedia examples.
Fundamentals of Great Vocal Technique
The Teachings of Michael Trimble
by Michael Trimble
compiled and edited by Richard di Renzi and Christopher Arneson
Trimble shared the stage and studied with many of the greatest singers of the 20th century. He passes along his extraordinary insights into singing, based on the principles of Bel Canto and the experiences of world-renowned practitioners of the vocal art. His techniques are certain to help singers rise to the highest level of achievement. Trimble is among a truly rare breed in the singing community: an extraordinary artist with a long, successful career, and a gifted teacher who is able to bring out the best in all his students.
by Sangeetha Rayapati, DMA
Sing Into Your Sixties is the first book of its kind: a user’s manual with supporting age-appropriate song anthology specifically addressing the special needs of older singers and their teachers. Our bodies change as we age—many of these changes directly impact how we sing. Whether you are a lifelong singer or a newcomer to the art, you will find valuable information to help you sing at your best.
by Robert Edwin and Barbara Wilson Arboleda
Forget the mythology! Join Robert and Barbara on an entertaining, educational adventure that will increase your knowledge and comfort in teaching children to sing. This program is packed with over 2 hours of voice pedagogy and physiology, along with plenty of opportunity to see these in action with real children. Included is a special section on voice disorders and two complete mini lessons to help incorporate what you will learn. Dive in, meet the kids, and feel their passion for song!
by Donald Gray Miller, PhD
Resonance in Singing provides an example of how science can meet the voice studio in an exciting and highly applicable fashion. The ability to use VoceVista-Pro as a tool to enhance one’s teaching is now possible for all, thanks to this insightful, well-organized, multimedia presentation by Dr. Miller. I would encourage all readers to do their own investigation into all of the resonance strategies found in this book.
by Laurie Lee Cosby & Donna Hinds Sawyers
Cosby & Sawyers present their successful business model, inspired by their collaborative music studio, Studio Bella Voce. They share their insights with engaging honesty and humor, relating the highs and lows en route to a thriving musical venture. All independent music teachers—from singers to trombonists—will benefit from their joint wisdom. A must-have for private teachers!
Voice Repertoire from a Developmental Perspective
by Christopher Arneson, DMA
This first of its kind text explores voice repertoire from a unique perspective: how it can be used to foster the vocal growth of developing singers. Following in the footsteps of seminal works including Kagen's Music for the Voice, Arneson presents insights into a vast range of specific repertoire, both on and off the beaten track, showing how it can be used to support and enhance learning and skills acquisition in singers, from beginners to experienced professionals.
Scheduled for release in 2013