- 143 pages, Illustrated (B/W), Softcover, 6 x 9"
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A compelling text and truly beneficial book for both amateurs and professionals and, most importantly, for those voice teachers, coaches, choral directors, and singing voice specialists who provide care and support for them. Judith Wingate addresses typical vocal health problems encountered by singers and offers them, and their caregivers, practical suggestions, including straightforward, step-by-step exercises to improve vocal function. In particular, the book focuses on the needs of special groups of singers, such as public school music teachers and choral directors.
Debra Greschner, Journal of Singing (2008):
"...A recommended addition to the library of either the amateur or professional singer because it is a compact compilation of vocal health wisdom.... An invaluable resource, both as a teaching tool and as a guidebook for their own vocal health."
- Vocal Anatomy and Physiology
- Voice Assessment
- Care of the Singing Voice
- Stress and the Singer
- Care of the Choral Singer's Voice
- Care of the Choral Director's Voice
- Care of the Singing Teacher's Voice
- Care of the School Music Teacher's Voice
- Management of Specific Vocal Problems
- Vocal Exercises
About The Author
Judith Maige Wingate is both a singer and speech pathologist. She holds a bachelors degree in music therapy from Charleston Southern University. She received a masters in speech pathology from the University of South Florida in 1983 and her PhD in speech pathology from the University of Florida in 2004. Dr. Wingate has been active as a voice clinician and specializes in occupational voice disorders and the singing voice. She is currently an assistant clinical professor and the Director of Clinical Education at the University of Florida.
461 pages, Hardcover, 7 x 10"