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... The third in a series of excerpts from Julius Stockhausen's "A Method of Singing" is presented. It addresses topics including solfa singing and portamento. ...
... Tol-fa singing in the Cape Colony during the Victorian era is examined. ...
... discussed. Sacred harp music is based on the solfa singing found in rural American during the 1800s, and ... Sacred harp singing, a form of music that traces its roots to the mid-nineteenth century, is ... still uses similar notation. Sacred harp singing is considered a democratic process, where every ...
... college and high-school levels. She prefers to use tonic solfa for pitch and numbers for rhythm. She recommends three books with varieties of warm-up exercises. ...
... sight-singing invented by Sarah Ann Glover of Norwich, England, and widely popularized by clergyman ...
Practice Notes: Keys
Music Teacher (2001) Vol. 80, No. 9, pp. 52
... The author comments on an article by Georg Mareck about the use of sight singing as part of the ... curriculum in public schools. In contrast to Mr. Mareck, the author maintains that sight singing should not be a requirement in public schools. ...
... of relative solfa, bass players can be encouraged to translate the visual pattern made by written ...