The Private Voice Studio Handbook

The Private Voice Studio Handbook

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A nationally recognized expert in teaching private voice, Joan Boytim has compiled some of the most widely used vocal collections in the US. Her clinics about various aspects of teaching voice, literature, and running a voice studio have been attended by thousands of teachers. Now that professional wisdom has been put into a new book indispensible for independent instructors, The Private Voice Studio Handbook. Its chapters address, in practical detail, topics such as - starting a private voice studio; equipment and space; recruiting and accepting students; ideas for the very first lesson with a student; studio policies, guidelines and ethics; teaching music reading; recommended syllable drills and vocalises; lesson plans; practice procedures; choosing repertoire suitable to students' abilities; finding appropriate sacred solos; accounting and record-keeping; tax, insurance and retirement advice; techniques for teaching voice to children and adults; planning studio recitals; and many more. An excellent resource for college and university voice faculty.This tremendous source of musical information can be so valuable for you and your students. ... use books for translations or reference, or to make final preparations while waiting for the lesson. ... I still prefer writing personal letters and thank you notes by hand and find that with the telephone, I can still have a successfulanbsp;...

Title:The Private Voice Studio Handbook
Publisher:Hal Leonard Corporation - 2003


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