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|Other Titles:||The Basic Concept of Vocal Accompanying|
College of Music, NTNU
This article focuses on the cooperation between the singer and the vocal accompanist, with an emphasis on German Lied. It contains basic concepts that include issues that involve the singer’s breathing, sound quality and the balance between piano and voice, an analysis of how the poetry can affect the interpretation, and the role of the piano in different musical segments of a song. Furthermore, it also makes a few practical recommendations for younger and more inexperienced accompanists and singers.
|Appears in Collections:||音樂研究|
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