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107 pages : color illustrations, color portraits ; 22 cm
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v, 16, 99 p. illus. (music) 22 cm.
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7 p. l.,13-150 p. ill. 21cm.
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xix, 314 pages : illustrations, music ; 23 cm.
  • The sounds of the Polish language. The Polish vowel sounds. i; y; e/ę; a; o/ą; ó/u ; The Polish nasal vowels ; ę; ą ; The Polish schwa ; Polish shadow vowels
  • The Polish consonants. The bilabial consonants ; The alveolar consonants ; The labiodental fricatives ; The alveolo-palatal fricatives ; The post-alveolar fricatives ; The lateral alveolar approximant ; The palatal nasal ; The velar consonants ; The Polish approximants ; The Polish affricates ; Assimilation and devoicing ; Palatal and palatalized consonants ; Consonant clusters and double consonants
  • Word stress and Polish dialects. Word stress; Polish dialects
  • Polish vocal repertoire. A violinist's view of the "undiscovered" world of Polish music / by Tyrone Greive
  • Fryderyk Chopin : Collected songs, op. 74, 76
  • Stanisław Moniuszko : Śpiewnik domowy ; Halka's aria ; Jontek's aria ; Skołuba's aria
  • Ignacy Jan Paderewski : Konwalijka, op. 7 ; 6 Lieder, op. 18
  • Karol Szymanowski : Rymy dziecięce ; Pieśni księżniczki z baśni, op. 31 ; Słopiewnie, op. 46b ; Roksana śpiewa
  • Grażyna Bacewicz : Boli mnie głowa ; Dzwon i dzwonki ; Mów do mnie, o miły! ; Nad wodą wielką i czystą ; Rozstanie ; Sroczka
  • Wojciech Kilar : Angelus
  • Henryk Górecki : Symphony no. 3 Symfonia pieśni żałosnych
  • Appendix A. Publishers and retail stores
  • Appendix B. Organizations
  • Appendix C. Polish poets
  • Appendix D. Checklist.
Singing in Polish: A Guide to Polish Lyric Diction and Vocal Repertoire stands as the first book-length resource for non-Polish speaking singers, voice teachers, and vocal coaches that offers the essential tools to learning how to sing in Polish. Scholar and singer Benjamin Schultz offers a rich repertory of works virtually unknown outside of Poland, providing a unique catalyst for the introduction of Polish vocal music into the English-speaking world of performance. This work includes the texts of over 60 selected art songs and arias from some of the most distinguished Polish composers of all time. Each selection includes IPA transcriptions and English translations. Appendices include lists of key Polish music publishing companies, cultural centers, and Polish poets.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781442230224 20170502
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xix, 235 pages : music ; 24 cm + 1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
  • Preface Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations List of Recordings Part One: From Start To Stage Chapter 1: Russian Alphabet History of the Alphabet The Alphabet Chapter 2: Russian Vowels Hard Vowels-Stressed Hard Vowels-Unstressed: Vowel Reduction Soft Vowels-Stressed Soft Vowels-Unstressed: Vowel Reduction ? (ee-kratkoye) Vowel Clusters Stress in Russian Words Music Analysis Example Summary Chapter 3: Russian Consonants Hard Consonants Soft Consonants Hissing Consonants ?, ?, ?, ?, and ? Russian Consonant ? Hard and Soft Signs Voiced and Voiceless Consonants Consonant Clusters Double Consonants Consonants from the Same Pair Different Consonants Exceptions Pronunciation of Unstressed Syllables Music Analysis Example Summary Chapter 4: A Little Bit of Grammar The Parts of a Word Basic Parts of Speech Short Words Interrogative Words Word Order in Russian Sentences Russian Punctuation Summary Chapter 5: Pillars of Creative Performance Demands of the Genre Articulation and Pronunciation Phrase Interpretation Text "Invisible Inspiration" Music Analysis Example In Summation Chapter 6: Difficulties and Delights of Singing in Russian: Essays by Non-Russian Singers Russian for American Singers: a First-Hand Experience, by Peter Clark Singing in Russian, by Phyllis Farmer "I Feel Personal Connection to the Russian Repertoire", by Mary Phillips The Challenges and Joys of Singing in Russian, by Patrick Carfizzi "Russian Music-Part of My Heart", by Sasha Lazard Chapter 7: Russian Style in Performance: Essays by Russian Musicians Russian Romance: Pronunciation, Style and Interpretation, by Valery Aliev Some Advice for Singing Russian Music by Ruben P. Lisitsian Russian Music Is Still Undiscovered, by Vera Tariverdieva Part Two: Music of the Russian Soul Chapter 8: Russian Composers and World Music Historical Comparison A Brief History Selected Russian Classical Composers Chapter 9: Russian Opera The Development of Russian Opera Selected Operas Chapter 10: Recommended Russian Operatic Repertoire - Arias Soprano Mezzo-soprano Tenor Baritone Bass Chapter 11: Recommended Russian Art Song Repertoire - Romances Russian Folk Songs, Traditionally Performed by Classical Singers "Old Russian Romances" From 19th Century to Beginning of the Soviet Period Works of the Soviet and Post-Soviet Composers Chapter 12: Literary Inspiration Operas Romances Cross Currents Selected Russian Poets and Writers Selected Non-Russian Poets and Writers Appendix 1: Working with the dictionary Appendix 2: Compilation of Sung Exercises Bibliography Index About the Author.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780810881167 20170321
Founded on the underlying principle that sung language differs dramatically from spoken language, Singing in Russian offers a comprehensive and accessible approach to understanding, mastering, and performing Russian vocal music. After covering the basics of the Cyrillic alphabet and Russian grammar and diction, author Emily Olin encourages readers to take the innovative step of using the music itself to guide the singer's pronunciation and interpretation. English sound comparisons, linguistic and musical examples, and multifaceted exercises complement textual explanations, reinforcing the techniques Olin has employed for over three decades. The addition of repertoire lists and practical recommendations further equip singers to confidently go from start to stage. Furthermore, the accompanying CD contains exercises that demonstrate and reinforce the correct sound and interpretation of everything from the alphabet to the presentation of vowels, consonants, words, and phrases.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780810881167 20170321
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xviii, 169 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. + 1 sound disc (digital ; 4/34 in.)
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xi, 144 p. ; 23 cm.
This manual is designed for French students of all levels. The text avoids complicated grammar and phonetics, while providing translations of virtually every French word and phrase used in examples and exercises. It emphasises pronunciation of sounds before learning the associated spelling rules.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780819194411 20160527
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x, 162 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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ix, 359 p. : ill., facsims., map, music ; 28 cm.
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xviii, 169 p. : music ; 24 cm.
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xvii, 221 p. : music ; 24 cm. & sound disc (2s. : 8 in. ; 33 1/3 rpm.)
  • List of Musical Examples. Foreword by Pierre Bernac. Preface. 1. An Introduction to Singing in French. 2. Singing the Sounds of the French Language. 3. Liaison. 4. How to Phoneticize and Prepare the Text of a Song or Aria. 5. The Application of Diction Techniques to Other Aspects of Singing. 6. A Catalogue of French Vocal Repertoire. Appendix. Index of Vowel-letters, Single and in Combination. Index of Consonant-letters, Single and in Combination. Pronunciation of Proper Nouns Occurring in the Repertoire. Bibliography. Answer Key. Recording Illustrations (Flex-Record).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780028707907 20160528
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1 disc. 33 1/3 rpm. mono. 7 in.
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xv,86 p. ; 25cm.
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iii, 149 p. illus. 21 cm.
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xviii, 317 p. music. 23 cm.
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vi, 157 p. music. 25 cm.
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105 p. music. 23 cm.
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72 p. ; 30 cm. + 3 sound discs (4 3/4 in.)
  • Der Kuss ; Ich liebe dich ; Sehnsucht / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Dein blaues Auge ; Die Mainacht ; Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer ; Meine Liebe ist grün ; Sonntag ; Ständchen ; Vergebliches Ständchen ; Wie melodien zieht es mir ; Ophelia Lieder / Johannes Brahms
  • Aus meinen grossen Schmerzen ; Er ist gekommen ; Für Musik ; Im Herbst / Robert Franz
  • Frühlingsmorgen ; Liebst du um Schönheit ; Lob des hohen Verstandes ; Wer hat dies Liedlein erdact? / Gustav Mahler
  • Laue Sommernacht / Alma Schindler Mahler
  • Italien / Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel
  • Der Blumenstrauss ; Neue Liebe / Felix Mendelssohn
  • Abendempfindung ; Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen Liebhabers verbrannte ; Das Veilchen / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • An die Musik ; Auf dem Wasser zu singen ; Der Musensohn ; Die Forelle ; Du bist die Ruh ; Gretchen am Spinnrade ; lachen und Weinen ; Nacht und Träume ; Rastlose Liebe ; Ständchen (from Schwanengesang) / Franz Schubert
  • Liebst due um Schönheit / Clara Wieck Schumann
  • Der Nussbaum ; Die Lotosblume ; Du bist wie eine Blume ; Du Ring an meinem Finger ; Ich grolle nicht ; In der Fremde ; Intermezzo ; Waldesgespräch ; Widmung / Robert Schumann
  • Allerseelen ; Breit' über mein Haupt ; Die Nacht ; Du meines Herzens Krönelein ; Ich trage meine Minne ; Morgen! ; Zueignung / Richard Strauss
  • Anakreons Grab ; Auch kleine Dinge ; Auf ein altes Bild ; Der Musikant ; In dem Schatten meiner Locken ; Lebe wohl ; Verborgenheit / Hugo Wolf.
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xxiv, 87, [7] p. ; 23 cm.
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