Professional Techniques for the Repetiteur
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NEW to this second edition:
New and updated chapters throughout, featuring new discussions on large ensembles, twenty-first-century demands, and more.
Deeper investigation of the styles of and problems posed by particular operas.
Revised chapter structure that allows for an expanded and progressive emphasis on technical work.
Modern singers have bemoaned the scarcity of good vocal coaches and conductors - those who understand voices and repertoire alike. Opera Coaching: Professional Techniques for the Repetiteur, Second Edition, demystifies the role of the opera coach, outlining the obstacles facing both the opera singer and the coach who seeks to realize the performer's full potential.
Part I: Techniques / Chapter 1: Auditions / Chapter 2: Knowing the Score / Chapter 3: Recitatives / Chapter 4: Planning Coaching Sessions and Playing for Staging Rehearsals / Chapter 5: Following a Conductor / Chapter 6: The Stage Director's Perspective by Victoria Vaughan / Part II: Considerations / Chapter 7: Baroque Operas / Chapter 8: Mozart and Classical Song / Chapter 9: Bel Canto / Chapter 10: Verdi / Chapter 11: French Opera / Chapter 12: Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, and the Five / Chapter 13: Richard Wagner, Richard Strauss, and the German School / Chapter 14: Puccini and the Verismo School / Chapter 15: Operettas / Chapter 16: Benjamin Britten and Other Modern Composers / Chapter 17: Looking to the New Demands in the Twenty- First Century / Chapter 18: Ensembles Large and Small / Chapter 19: Conclusions / Appendix A: A List of Vocal Fachs and Their Roles / Appendix B: Notable and Recommended Editions / Appendix C: Favorite Catch Phrases and Buzzwords