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Everlasting Voices for Older Singers

$ 30.75
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Edition Peters  |  SKU: EP72672A  |  Barcode: 9790157701684
  • ISMN: 9790157701684

Description

Increasing numbers of people are taking to singing in later life, driven in part by increasing medical evidence of of the health benefits it brings. Singing aids physical and neurological well-being, but above all it brings enjoyment, not only to those who have a lifetime experience of singing (both in choirs and solo), but also for those to whom it comes as an entirely new activity. Everlasting Voices, compiled specificlaly for the older singer, contains: 24 songs with a modest vocal range, in a wide range of styles; background notes about the songs and their composers; pronunciation guides for singing in Italian, German, Spanish, and French; a guide to keping your voice healthy; performing advice and technical guidance

  • Traditional: Red River Valley
  • Traditional: Shenandoah
  • Cole Porter: True Love
  • Anne MacLeod: Skye Boat Song
  • Traditional: Willow Song
  • Traditional: Nobody Knows the Trouble I see
  • John Ireland: Spring Sorrow
  • Henry Purcell: Love quickly is pall'd
  • G. F. Handel: Verdi Prati
  • Francesco Gasparini: Caro laccio, dolce nodo
  • George Monro: My Lovely Celia
  • Ralph Vaughan Williams: Take, O Take
  • Clara Schumann: Abendstern
  • Johannes Brahms: Da Unten im Tale
  • Aaron Copland: The Dodger
  • Roger Quilter: Dream Valey
  • IVor Gurney: Down by the Salley Gardens
  • Graham Peel: In Summertime in Breden
  • Jonathan Dove: Weep not my wanton
  • Michael Flanders & Michael Swann: Ill Wind
  • Peter Warlock: Pretty Ring Time
  • Francis Poulenc: Priez pour paix
  • Carlols Guastavino: La Rosa y el Sauce
  • Franz Schubert: An die Musik
Edition Peters

Everlasting Voices for Older Singers

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Description

Increasing numbers of people are taking to singing in later life, driven in part by increasing medical evidence of of the health benefits it brings. Singing aids physical and neurological well-being, but above all it brings enjoyment, not only to those who have a lifetime experience of singing (both in choirs and solo), but also for those to whom it comes as an entirely new activity. Everlasting Voices, compiled specificlaly for the older singer, contains: 24 songs with a modest vocal range, in a wide range of styles; background notes about the songs and their composers; pronunciation guides for singing in Italian, German, Spanish, and French; a guide to keping your voice healthy; performing advice and technical guidance

  • Traditional: Red River Valley
  • Traditional: Shenandoah
  • Cole Porter: True Love
  • Anne MacLeod: Skye Boat Song
  • Traditional: Willow Song
  • Traditional: Nobody Knows the Trouble I see
  • John Ireland: Spring Sorrow
  • Henry Purcell: Love quickly is pall'd
  • G. F. Handel: Verdi Prati
  • Francesco Gasparini: Caro laccio, dolce nodo
  • George Monro: My Lovely Celia
  • Ralph Vaughan Williams: Take, O Take
  • Clara Schumann: Abendstern
  • Johannes Brahms: Da Unten im Tale
  • Aaron Copland: The Dodger
  • Roger Quilter: Dream Valey
  • IVor Gurney: Down by the Salley Gardens
  • Graham Peel: In Summertime in Breden
  • Jonathan Dove: Weep not my wanton
  • Michael Flanders & Michael Swann: Ill Wind
  • Peter Warlock: Pretty Ring Time
  • Francis Poulenc: Priez pour paix
  • Carlols Guastavino: La Rosa y el Sauce
  • Franz Schubert: An die Musik

Format

  • Medium-High Voice
  • Medium-Low Voice
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