Type of Document Treatise Author Clements, Barbara Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-04082005-214447 Title A Practical Guide for First-Year Graduate Teaching Assistants in Voice Degree Doctor of Musical Arts Department Music, College of Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Roy Delp Committee Chair Janice Harsanyi Committee Member Larry Gerber Committee Member Timothy Hoekman Committee Member Keywords
- Graduate Teaching Assistants In Voice
- Vocal Pedagogy
- Voice Practical Guide
Date of Defense 2005-03-24 Availability unrestricted AbstractABSTRACT
There are large numbers of voice students being taught by graduate teaching assistants in university systems. Because so many students may be under the tutelage of inexperienced teachers, it is important that teaching assistants become knowledgeable about the basic elements of vocal pedagogy and made aware of the available resources for assistance.
The purpose of this treatise is to provide a practical guide for first-year graduate teaching assistants in voice. Six different elements of vocal pedagogy are discussed: 1) diagnosing and correcting vocal faults, 2) vocalizing, 3) selecting appropriate repertoire, 4) teaching interpretation, 5) coaching languages, and 6) establishing studio policies and teacher-student rapport. Within the scope of this treatise, general guidelines are provided for these aspects of teaching as well as specific recommended reference sources.
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