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Opera Singing

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Amy Claire

on 27 April 2011

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Opera Singing: The Magestic Art of Voice History Renissance & Baroque 1500-1700
Florence, Italy
Dafne- Jacopo Peri
Popularity & Changes Types of Singers Female Soprano
Mezzo- Soprano
Alto Male Tenor
Bass Terminology Styles bel canto recitativo Types of Songs aria
oratorio cantilena
polyphony Parts of Songs Posture Sitting Standing Technique Breathing Vowel Formation TONE Conclusion Vocal Teachers in the Area Dr. Yi-Lan (Elaine) Niu
(St. Norbert College)
Phone: (920) 403-3121
Dr. Courtney Sherman
(UW Green Bay)
Phone: 920.465.2463
Any Questions? It's not over until the fat lady sings... Works Cited!

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