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French Song Anthology Complete Package - Low Voice Book/Pronunciation Guide/Accompaniment CDs the Vocal Library

ISBN-10: 1480329665

ISBN-13: 9781480329669

Edition: N/A

Authors: Hal Leonard Corp. Staff, Richard Walters, Carol Kimball

List price: $44.99
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(Vocal Collection). The largest, most comprehensive collection of French art songs ever published, with 60 songs by 24 composers. This wonderful anthology, with newly researched editions in clean new engravings, includes interesting notes about the composers, poets, facts about the composition and performance history for each song, and new line-by-line translations for study. Some songs are published in transpositions for the first time. This is the ideal collection for teachers to assign to voice students. Includes the complete Le Bestiaire (Poulenc) and Five Greek Songs (Ravel). This complete edition includes the original Anthology plus the Pronunciation Guide (with two CDs) and the three piano accompaniment CDs. The accompaniment CDs also include tempo adjustment and transposition software for CD-ROM computer use in addition to standard audio files.
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Book details

List price: $44.99
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
Publication date: 6/1/2013
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 400
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.794
Language: English

Carol Kimball, Emerita Professor of Voice and Barrick Distinguished Scholar at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, earned a reputation as an expressive and versatile performer in opera, musical theatre, and on the concert stage. Ms. Kimball is the author of several notable publications including Song: A Guide to Art Song Style and Literature a widely used text and reference that has become the principal one-volume American source. She has co-authored Interpreting the Songs of Jacques Leguerney and edited The French Anthology; Women Composers: A Heritage of Song; and Art Song in English. Publications also include the Singer's Edition opera anthologies and many articles, CD liner notes, and reviews in The Opera Quarterly and the Journal of Singing.