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This guide serves as a basic starting point to find key resources for studying, researching, and performing musical theater at Princeton. Find related resources in our Musical Theater and Vocal Music LibGuides.
Guides for Vocalists
Studying Opera or Musical Theater? See our Opera Libguide and Musical Theater Libguide.
For information about library resources for vocalists and how to find scores and recordings, watch the video below:
The Cambridge Companion to Singing (Online) by
Call Number: Reference (SV) ML1460 .C28 2000 (print version)
Covers world music, rock, rap and jazz; European art song, ensemble singing, the English cathedral tradition and the choral movement in the United States; Renaissance, Baroque and Classical singing treatises, contemporary vocal techniques, children's choirs and the teaching of singing today.
"Singing: a bibliography" in Grove Music Online
Publication Date: 2002
Contains a variety of materials on singing technique, voice production, ornamentation, registers, national and historical styles, interpretation, diction and pronunciation.
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