Standard Vocal Literature - An Introduction to Repertoire: Baritone (Vocal Library) with online audio

* Read * Standard Vocal Literature - An Introduction to Repertoire: Baritone (Vocal Library) with online audio by Richard Walters ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Standard Vocal Literature - An Introduction to Repertoire: Baritone (Vocal Library) with online audio Standard Vocal Literature- for baritones This is a very good book for a beginning singer. The repertory is standard and the language lessonsand accompaniments are most helpful.. Great music but the MP3 download/library site is a mess. KoSpazz The printing is great! But the online music download/library is a MESS. Tracks arent labeled or put in any order; you have to download the whole bunch --individually-- and then figure out what everything is, and which order it needs to go in.Since theres

Standard Vocal Literature - An Introduction to Repertoire: Baritone (Vocal Library) with online audio

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Rating : 4.51 (864 Votes)
Asin : 0634078763
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 144 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-02-19
Language : English

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Standard Vocal Literature- for baritones This is a very good book for a beginning singer. The repertory is standard and the language lessonsand accompaniments are most helpful.. Great music but the MP3 download/library site is a mess. KoSpazz The printing is great! But the online music download/library is a MESS. Tracks aren't labeled or put in any order; you have to download the whole bunch --individually-- and then figure out what everything is, and which order it needs to go in.Since there's no more CD in your hand, Hal Leonard needs to provide a Track Listing or at least put the download files in order.I would have given this series 5 stars but the awful download site drags it down to 3 stars.. good collection - but some problems I have the Baritone edition. It is a good collection of songs from a wide variety of styles and languages. However, there is a pretty important issue with the transpositions in some cases. In some of the pieces, the highest note is a D. Of course, a baritone would never be expected to reach high D, but this leaves you with the octave-down range. This would be just fine, but the songs just sound too low and don't match recordings of other baritones performing the same pieces. It basically seems that some (not all) of these songs are actually written (or transposed) for a bass - not a baritone. Usually, son

(Vocal Collection). This series of 5 book/audio packs is an introduction to art song in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Recordings of recitation, diction lessons and piano accompaniments are accessed online via a unique code included in each book, and can be downloaded or streamed.. Each volume has a different song list, and includes 30 selections in appropriate keys. Beyond art song, each collection includes two carefully chosen opera arias, an oratorio aria, and an operetta aria by Gilbert & Sullivan

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