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ガッショウ シドウ ニオケル ハッセイ レンシュウ ニカンスル ケンキュウ 1 : ヴァルター シュナイダー ノ ハッセイ レンシュウ ノ リロン ト ホウホウ コキュウ ト キョウメイ
Title Alternative (English)
A Study of Vocal Exercises in Chorus Instruction (1) : Walther Schneider's Vocal Exercise Theory and Method (Breathing and Resonance)
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language
jpn
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Literature and Social Science
Author
Description
This paper is intended to sound an alarm to those chorus vocal exercises, which are liable to get chronically patterned. To this end, Walther Schneider's methodology is taken up for reference to consider how effective a practice in vocalization would be. Vocal exercises for a chorus as taken up herein, therefore, have been divided into two: one is a basic part of the phonation theory and the other is a specific practice in vocalization ranging from breathing and phonation to resonance.
Effects of vocal exercises on voice and performance vary with how to handle them. The instructor must make effective use of that fact after fully understanding it. From a musical point of view, moreover, he or she needs to have a "good ear" and a sharp sense sufficient to properly grasp the status quo of the chorus group's phonation and musical expression. A vocal exercise is two-faced in the sense that it has a fear of being liable to fall into a collapse of voice and a point of achieving effectiveness. This is the very reason why an understanding of these would allow a vocal exercise to be more effective.
Journal Title
島根大学教育学部紀要
Volume
42
Start Page
65
End Page
73
ISSN
18808581
Published Date
2008-12-25
NCID
AA12171265
Publisher
島根大学教育学部
Publisher Aalternative
Faculty of Education Shimane University
NII Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Format
PDF
Text Version
出版社版
Gyoseki ID
e7723
OAI-PMH Set
Faculty of Education
Remark
39-41+ / 2006-2007
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