An investigation of the attitudes of selected professional classical solo singer-actors toward specific concerns of the music profession

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The purpose was to investigate attitudes of successful full-time performing classical singer-actors toward career concerns of the music profession. Five research problems were formulated to: (1) describe attitudes toward control of work conditions; (2) describe attitudes toward entrapment; (3) describe attitudes toward dependency; (4) report attitudes concerning current practices of training the solo singer; and (5) identify commonalities among the subjects regarding demographic, the attitudes described in problems one through four, and demeanor during the interviews.

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VanEaton, Sunny F. C. December 1990.

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The purpose was to investigate attitudes of successful full-time performing classical singer-actors toward career concerns of the music profession. Five research problems were formulated to: (1) describe attitudes toward control of work conditions; (2) describe attitudes toward entrapment; (3) describe attitudes toward dependency; (4) report attitudes concerning current practices of training the solo singer; and (5) identify commonalities among the subjects regarding demographic, the attitudes described in problems one through four, and demeanor during the interviews.

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VanEaton, Sunny F. C. An investigation of the attitudes of selected professional classical solo singer-actors toward specific concerns of the music profession, dissertation, December 1990; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332850/: accessed September 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .