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However, little scholarship exists, regarding how the texts from the Kalevala have been incorporated into 19th and 20th century art song.
However, such a rendition was a welcome preparation to the ensuing batch of art songs by F.
Art Song, Loren says, is a corner of the singing world that's "sort of thought of as a dying thing.
First Place Winners for 2015 in Art Song were: College/University undergraduates (ages 18-23) Samantha Hankey from the Juilliard School; High School Voices (ages 16-18): Nicole Koh from Daly City, California; Early Teen Voices (ages 13-15): Carly Cooney from Lake Oswego, Oregon; and Children's Voices (ages 12 and under): Emma-Brooke Alley from Lyman, South Carolina.
Schumann will find the section on art song particularly helpful and enlightening.
The use of the plummy, artificial art song voice, as was employed, for example, by the fine recitalist John Charles Thomas, is one of the habits that accompanists and vocal coaches like Steven Blier are trying to eliminate.
This two-volume collection is an unprecedented and welcome addition to the growing collection of nonstandard art song anthologies.
Participants are expected to perform hits from Opera, Sacred, and Art Song literature in a smooth blend of voices in ensemble.
It's "Poetry in Song" when singers in the UO's vocal studies program perform as part of the annual Art Song Series.
Kimball examines the art song genre to assist singers in preparing an art song for performance.
They also have the option of entering the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Song Prize in recitals of Lieder and Art Song at the New Theatre, Cardiff, with the final at St David's Hall.
Additionally, Draayer has edited several volumes of nineteenth-century Spanish art song for high and low voice, entitled Canciones de Espana: Songs of Nineteenth-Century Spain (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2003-2007).
This is one of the most distinctive and important art song recordings to be released in the last decade.
These songs may lie in that ambiguous area between art song and popular song, but there's no lack of musical interest.