Thinking outside the voice box : adolescent voice change in music education / Bridget Sweet.

Av: Sweet, Bridget [aut].
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, [2020]Copyright date: ©2020Fysisk beskrivning: x, 214 sidor illustrationer.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780190916381.Ämne: Sångrösten | Puberteten | SångundervisningDDC klassifikation: 782.79
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Innehåller bibliografiska referenser och index
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Introduction : Framing -- The adolescent -- Anatomy and physiology -- Strength from within -- Voice change in pop culture -- Exploring eminent perspectives -- Emerging considerations
Anmärkning bestånd: B32.625 Libris-ID: mzrn4zwzkxm1xbskSummary: The changing adolescent voice counts among the most awkward of topics voice teachers and choir directors face. Adolescent voice students already find themselves at a volatile developmental time in their lives, and the stresses and possible embarrassments of unpredictable vocal capabilities make participation in voice-based music an especially fraught event. In this practical teaching guide, author Bridget Sweet encourages a holistic approach to female and male adolescent voice change. Sweet's approach takes full consideration of the body, brain, and auditory system; vocal anatomy and physiology in general, as well as during male and female voice change; and the impact of hormones on the adolescent voice, especially for female singers. Beyond the physical, it also addresses the emotional and psychological components: ideas of resolve and perseverance that are essential to adolescent navigation of voice change; and exploration of portrayals and stereotypes in pop culture that influence how people anticipate voice change experiences for teens and 'tweens, from The Brady Bunch to The Wonder Years to The Simpsons. As a whole, Teaching Outside the Voice Box encourages music educators to more effectively and compassionately assist students through this developmental experience
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Innehåller bibliografiska referenser och index

Introduction : Framing -- The adolescent -- Anatomy and physiology -- Strength from within -- Voice change in pop culture -- Exploring eminent perspectives -- Emerging considerations

The changing adolescent voice counts among the most awkward of topics voice teachers and choir directors face. Adolescent voice students already find themselves at a volatile developmental time in their lives, and the stresses and possible embarrassments of unpredictable vocal capabilities make participation in voice-based music an especially fraught event. In this practical teaching guide, author Bridget Sweet encourages a holistic approach to female and male adolescent voice change. Sweet's approach takes full consideration of the body, brain, and auditory system; vocal anatomy and physiology in general, as well as during male and female voice change; and the impact of hormones on the adolescent voice, especially for female singers. Beyond the physical, it also addresses the emotional and psychological components: ideas of resolve and perseverance that are essential to adolescent navigation of voice change; and exploration of portrayals and stereotypes in pop culture that influence how people anticipate voice change experiences for teens and 'tweens, from The Brady Bunch to The Wonder Years to The Simpsons. As a whole, Teaching Outside the Voice Box encourages music educators to more effectively and compassionately assist students through this developmental experience

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