255 research outputs found

    The Expressive Pause: Punctuation, Rests, and Breathing in England, 1770-1850

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    Examines the close relationship between the arts of singing and speaking in English treatises on singing published from the late-18th to the mid-19th c. Speech patterns are compared to the singer\u27s practices of punctuation, rests, and breathing in order to explain the highly articulated singing style of the period

    Action and Singing in Late 18th and Early 19th Century England

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    RILM: Examines the role that action played in the performance of vocal music in the late 18th and early 19th c., through descriptions in writings from the period. Gilbert Austin\u27s Chironomia, or, A treatise on rhetorical delivery (London, 1806) provided instruction in elocution and described such topics as standing, using the hands and arms, and making gestures in relation to the text. Austin\u27s notation of action is applied to Thomas Gray\u27s poem An elegy written in a country church-yard--which was set to music by Stephen Storace--to illustrate how action might have been employed by singers in the late 18th c

    Terminology: Loudness, Digital Meters, and Metering

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    Dither

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    Inverting Polarity and the Mid/Side Microphone Technique

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    Popular Music Studies - Information Sheet

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    Song Dynamics: The Chiaroscuro of Loudness in Selected Pop/Rock Recordings, 1971-2021

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    Basic Principles of Singing (Popular Music)

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    Lady Day the Torch Singer: The Vocal Persona of a Woman Unlucky in Love

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    Frequency Chart - Piano, 88-Note Keyboard

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