Voice and the Alexander Technique: Active Explorations for Speaking and Singing

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by Jane Ruby Heirich; illustrated by Jaye Schlesinger

In this book, designed for both teachers and students of the speaking and singing voice, Jane Heirich addresses some common problem areas of the voice-teaching world: breath management, voice projection, resonance building, breaks in the vocal range, and the relevance of overall poise to vocal output. This step-by-step approach, which integrates the centuries-old Italian bel canto singing tradition and the FM Alexander Technique, allows new skills to develop for both beginning and experienced students/performers. With a foreword by Joan Morris. Includes instructional CD. [ 1st Edition- 171 pages, hb, 2005, Mornum Time Press] (2nd Edition published September 2011 Now available.  Click here. )

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