“It’s a fantastic book. The chapters on vowels and resonance are superb and sophisticated. I love the very clear, simple, to the point illustrations. The content is invaluable for voice teachers and choral directors alike. As a voice teacher, I’m particularly pleased to see an integrated approach to vocal technique for both soloists and choral singers. Congratulations on this fine book." — Karen Brunssen, Northwestern University
“Vocal Technique is an incredibly valuable resource. Written in a remarkably approachable style, the book balances keen observations with understandable technical explanations. I cannot help but wish I had read this volume when I started my conducting career more than 35 years ago. I heartily recommend it to conductors and singers of every level of experience and training.” — Jerry Blackstone, Director of Choral Activities, Professor and Chair of Conducting, University of Michigan
“Resonance strategies, choir positioning, cambiata voices, hypothyroidism, vibrato—all in one book! The authors raise contemporary issues as well as never-mentioned ones. This resource bonanza will be voraciously appreciated.” — Darryl Edwards, Head of Voice Studies and Associate Professor of Voice, University of Toronto
“The language is clear, the content is ‘spot on’ and the scope of the book is great.” — Anne Bentz, Westminster College
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