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Hal Leonard Schubert: 15 Selected Songs for High Voice Book/2 CD's (The Vocal Library Series)  

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with CDs of diction lessons and piano accompaniments; includes historical notes, translations and International Phonetic Alphabet A collection of ess...Read More

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with CDs of diction lessons and piano accompaniments; includes historical notes, translations and International Phonetic Alphabet A collection of essential Schubert songs for students. The diction lessons were recorded by Irene Spiegelman, German diction coach at the Metropolitan Opera. The diction for each song is recorded twice: first recited as an actor would speak it, showing flow of the language and the mood, followed by a slow, deliberate lesson, allowing time for the student to repeat each line. This experienced language coach adapts the R in German in the slow versions as recommended for classical singers. She is also very sensitive to liaisons between word sounds in the musical settings. Contents: An die Musik • An die Nachtigall • Auf dem Wasser zu singen • Der Musensohn • Die Forelle • Du bist die Ruh • Ganymed • Gretchen am Spinnrade • Heidenröslein • Im Frühling • Lachen und Weinen • Nacht und Träume • Rastlose Liebe • Ständchen • Seligkeit. 00001143 High Voice, Book/CDs $17.95 00001144 Low Voice, Book/CDs $17.95

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  • BOOK W/CD
  • 88 pages
  • Size: 12" x 9"
  • Composer: Franz Schubert
  • ISBN: 1423446658
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