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Acting & Movement
The third line : the opera performer as interpreter by
Call Number: MT892 .H44 1993
Helfgot proposes that performers develop a "third line" that naturally derives from the interaction of the two lines provided by the librettist and the composer. This third line includes subtext, focus, movement, facial expression, and vocal inflection.
Performing opera (Online) by
Publication Date: 2018
A practical workbook to performing many of the most commonly produced operas, drawing on examples from 24 operas ranging in period from Gluck and Mozart to Britten and Tippett.
So You Want to Sing Early Music by
Call Number: MT820 .E5 2019
Focusing on music from the 17th and early 18th centuries, this book offers guidance on style and ornamentation, working with vocal and instrumental colleagues, reading manuscripts and edited editions of scores.
Bringing Soprano Arias to Life by
Call Number: MT892 .G64
This book supplies a soprano with nearly everything she may need to perform the operatic arias discussed. The 28 arias included are chosen from among those that are more popular and most widely studied and performed.
The Oxford Handbook of Singing by
Call Number: MT820 .O99 2019
Offering a multi-disciplinary perspective embracing the arts and humanities, physical, social and clinical sciences.