By Martha Mier
Scholars can be encouraged and inspired through the syncopated rhythms and the colourful, wealthy harmonies of jazz. certain articulation, dynamics, and pedal markings create a considerate and thorough functionality. Titles: Christmas Medley * the 1st Noel *Go inform it at the Mountain * Jingle Bells * Jolly outdated St. Nicholas * We 3 Kings of Orient Are * we would like You a Merry Christmas.
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They gather, however, around a set of core principles and practices, events and activities, organisations and locations. My task has been to accompany them as they go about their business in the field thereby defined. My primary data is derived from participant-observation at choir rehearsals, performances, workshops, camps, overseas tours, festivals, and symposia, supplemented by extensive and in-depth surveying—via semi-structured, narrative interviews and questionnaires—of voice teachers, choir and workshop leaders, camp and festival organisers, project leaders, and general participants.
In the context of the natural voice movement in the United Kingdom, the “natural voice”—which is sometimes also characterised as the “instinctive” or “authentic” voice—refers principally to a voice that is not classically trained. net/, acc. July 10, 2013). The NVPN was founded by a group of voice practitioners who had undertaken a particular style of voicework training with Frankie Armstrong. Better known to many as an English folksinger, Frankie continues to act as the mentor of the movement.
The material assembled in the International Journal of Community Music (under the editorship of Lee Higgins and published since 2008 by Intellect, having had an online presence since 2004) is likewise international in its reach and eclectic in the kind of work represented. In the United Kingdom, meanwhile, shorter articles, reports, and news items are brought together in Sounding Board, the quarterly magazine of the organisation Sound Sense.