A Survey of the Research Literature on the Female High Voice

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The location of the available research literature and its relationship to the pedagogy of the female high voice is the subject of this thesis. The nature and pedagogy of the female high voice are described in the first four chapters. The next two chapters discuss maintenance of the voice in conventional and experimental repertoire. Chapter seven is a summary of all the pedagogy. The last chapter is a comparison of the nature and the pedagogy of the female high voice with recommended areas for further research. For instance, more information is needed to understand the acoustic factors of vibrato, singer's ... continued below

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ix, 161 leaves: ill.

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Stephen, Roberta M. (Roberta Mae) December 1988.

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The location of the available research literature and its relationship to the pedagogy of the female high voice is the subject of this thesis. The nature and pedagogy of the female high voice are described in the first four chapters. The next two chapters discuss maintenance of the voice in conventional and experimental repertoire. Chapter seven is a summary of all the pedagogy. The last chapter is a comparison of the nature and the pedagogy of the female high voice with recommended areas for further research. For instance, more information is needed to understand the acoustic factors of vibrato, singer's formant, and high energy levels in the female high voice.

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Stephen, Roberta M. (Roberta Mae). A Survey of the Research Literature on the Female High Voice, thesis, December 1988; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc501208/: accessed January 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .