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    What Are Vocal Ranges

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    Concerns about vocal ranges are not to be taken lightly. A singer's high notes are like gold -- they're the singer's "bling." But they often come at a cost; a singer can't simply take them for granted. They must be planned in advance so these notes at the far end of normal vocal ranges can be executed with precision. Here are five tips that will help ensure that both the high and low notes hit the jackpot. Set up the high note with an early consonant. In order to sing the vowel of the word where

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    the audience witnesses a variety of vocal ranges. Candide is a tenor; his voice is in the middle of the vocal scale it is not extremely high and not extremely low. Cunegonde is a soprano; her voice is definitely at the beginning of the vocal scale, she hit extremely high notes and held them very well. Maximilian is a baritone; his vocal range is a little lower than Candide’s. The tutor Pangloss is also a tenor, like Candide his voice is in the middle of the vocal scale as well. During “The Best of

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    The Sound of Music in Piano and Voice

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    Quotes Page 2 - BrainyQuote." Famous Quotes at BrainyQuote. BookRags Media Network, 2011. Web. 02 Jan. 2012. . "Piano." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 02 Jan. 2012. . "Singing." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 02 Jan. 2012. . "Vocal Ranges." How To Sing | Free Singing Lessons Information & Advice. Web. 02 Jan. 2012. .

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    technical performance. Madonna's vocal ability, Jones tells us, was largely considered "the weakest aspect of her performance" (Jones, 2008 p.165). This is evident throughout Material Girl (The Diva, 2008, track 1), where the singing quality is weak, and shows little of the vocal agility one might expect from an operatic diva. Madonna's voice, as Jones puts it, is "lacking in power and resonance" (Jones, 2008 p.165). Similarly, Callas, "battled throughout her career against vocal problems" (Philip, 2008,

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    Ella was touring with Ella and her Famous Orchestra and showcasing her perfect pitch and tone to the world while singing songs that would soon become standards to fellow singers and musicians. Billie was singing solo, comfortable with her limited range, and gaining the adoration of audiences nationwide who loved her soulful voice. Both of these historic singers made contributions to the art of jazz, with vocalists and instrumentalists still using elements of their style today. Ella

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    Opera Essay

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    An opera is created with a combination of many different art forms, some such as singing, dancing, and acting. It takes in many forms of art and combines it into one, called an opera. Many people have different opinions of things such as an opera, for me I believe that it is a creative way to express feelings in the matter of art, like how a picture is worth a 1000 words. Opera is like an art where the stage is like a canvas, and as the characters take on their every move it is like a stoke on a

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    Les Mis Concert

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    In June 2013 the Springfield Muni Opera preformed Les Miserables and it was greatly loved and appreciated by the audience. 2014 is the tenth anniversary of the Hoogland Center for the Arts so the directors of HCFTA to bring back Les Miserables with a concert version. The cast was the same very talented cast from the Muni production. Les Miserables in Concert was a beautiful and emotional production that will be long remembered in the Springfield theater community. One concern that I had when I learned

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    In letters to his father Mozart remarks on the kind of voice he enjoys in a tenor. He then talks about his friends Anton Raaff and Joseph Meissner, tenors. He complains of the unnatural way that Meissner’s voice does vibrato, and praises Raaff for never doing vibrato. It would seem as if Mozart does not like vibrato, but he claims that when the “human voice trembles naturally” it has a beautiful effect. Mozart commends Raaff on his bravura singing. He is very pleased with Raaff’s breath control

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    Music- new electronic era of Hatsune Miku

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    New Electronic Era of Hatsune Miku Introduction Hatsune Miku is one of the top famous singers in Japan. However, she is not a ‘human’ instead she is a computer sound synthesis program. The music created from the Miku has hit a big wave not only in Japan but also around the globe. It is interesting to investigate how a computer program becomes an international singer. In the essay, background history of electronic music is firstly discussed, it focuses more on the history, music style of Hatsune

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    The Role Of the Castrati in the Baroque Era

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    to music history, the Castrati are one of the most important and debated topics. The Castrati were men (in Italian opera) that had been castrated during puberty to stop a flow of hormones, causing them to have the voice of a soprano woman, but the vocal power of an older, full-grown man. A general estimate said that four thousand boys a year were castrated in Italy. Some Castrati tried to make it in church choirs (which often gave them almost nothing of monetary value), most chose the opera route

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